Are you across the latest changes to COVID-19 safety measures in South Australia?
Yesterday afternoon, South Australia Police Commissioner Grant Stevens announced a raft of changes effective from Saturday, 26 February:
- For hospitality venues, standup consumption will be allowed with density requirements eased to one person per two square metres indoors.
- If the venue has indoor seated consumption only, the density requirement will be three people per four square metres. If the venue has a combination of standing and seated consumption, the cap will be one per two square metres.
- There are no changes to current outdoor hospitality arrangements.
- Buffets are permitted.
- Private functions will be permitted with a one per two square metre density limit, capped at 150 people – with standup consumption, dancing and singing permitted.
- Residential gatherings remain capped at 50 people.
- Total easing of density limits for outdoor seated venues.
The state’s mask mandates for high-risk venues, indoor public places and on public transport, remain unchanged.