Roadmap to Recovery
Health authorities are constantly assessing the risk posed by coronavirus in South Australia. As the risk lessens, the State Government will be able to lift restrictions placed on businesses and help get South Australians back into the workplace safely.
To view the current business restrictions in place, and the future dates from which these restrictions will ease, visit Recovery from COVID-19
COVID SAfe Check-In
The South Australian Government has introduced COVID SAfe Check-In, to enhance contact tracing and keep our community COVID safe.
A COVID SAfe Check-In feature has been added to the free mySA GOV app
Businesses with a COVID Safe Plan
will receive a new COVID Safe Plan via email that includes a poster with a unique QR code. This should be printed and displayed in a prominent location within the business. See Tips on displaying your QR code (PDF, 195.5 KB)
When people arrive at your business, venue or event, they can check in by scanning the QR code using their smart phone through the mySA GOV app.
A paper recording log will need to be available as a back-up for people who don’t have a smart phone.
For more information, visit: COVID SAfe Check-In
If your business conducts any of the Defined public activities outlined by SA Police, you must complete a COVID-Safe plan before opening.
This include businesses that trade in food and beverages, fitness and sport, personal care, public entertainment, casinos and gaming, and recreational transport.
A COVID-Safe Plan is also mandatory for those conducting public or religious ceremonies, property inspections and driving lessons.
View the full list of Defined public activities.
A more comprehensive COVID Management Plan, approved by SA Health, will be required for:
- any activity of more than 1,000 people
- venues wishing to offer both dancing and consumption of alcohol.
Learn more and complete your COVID-Safe Plan.
‘COVID clean’ infection control training for your business
The Government of South Australia, in partnership with the Commonwealth Government, is supporting training that will help businesses adopt healthy hygiene practices as COVID-19 restrictions ease.
Up to 5,500 customer-facing employees, including business owners and supervisors, across the retail, hospitality, tourism, cleaning, security, transport and logistics industries will receive this accredited ‘COVID clean’ training.
To be delivered by local registered training providers, participants will learn a range of skills, including hand hygiene practices, effective surface cleaning, use of personal protective equipment (PPE) and disposal of contaminated waste.
The aim of 'COVID clean' training is to ensure South Australians can confidently return to supporting our local shops and eateries when health advice permits.
For more information and to register for ‘COVID clean’ training in your industry, visit 'COVID clean' infection control training.