The Prime Minister of South Australia has moved to tighten density restrictions and reduce family gatherings after the state has recorded 774 new infections.
Stephen Marshall said he would act swiftly to prevent new daily infections from falling to thousands in the coming days and weeks.
“If we don’t take action, it will overwhelm our healthcare system across the country,” he said on Sunday.
“We must take action to save lives.”
Indoor hospitality goes to one person for every 4 square meters, and outdoor activities are allowed for one person every 2 square meters.
The gym is limited to one person every 7 square meters.
Family gatherings will be reduced from 30 to 10.
“There is no doubt that this will be a very difficult time for South Australia,” Marshall said.
People arriving from the interstate highway do not need to have a PCR test before they arrive, but they are told to have a rapid antigen test after entering SA.
New SA limit after 774 records
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