SA Health has issued a COVID-19 Health Alert for Greater Melbourne.
Effective 12.01am 11 FEBRUARY 2021,
Greater Melbourne is now a prohibited zone.
People who have been in Greater Melbourne will not be permitted entry into South Australia.
For travel on or after 12.01 am 11 February 2021; for persons who have been in Greater Melbourne on or after 4 February 2021, will be prohibited from entering South Australia unless they are an Essential Traveller or an exempt person (returning SA resident, genuine relocation, fleeing Domestic Violence – who will be required to self-quarantine at a suitable place for 14 days upon arrival and submit to COVID-19 testing on day 1, 5 and 12 pursuant to their restrictions).
People who have been at the Holiday Inn (Airport), 10/14 Centre Road, Melbourne Airport VIC 3045 or are a close contact or a person at the hotel on or after 12.01am Wednesday 27 January must contact SA Health immediately and quarantine (at a place determined by an authorised officer) for 14 days, receiving COVID-19 tests on days 1, 5 and 12.
People who were in South Australia prior to 12.01 am Thursday 11 February 2021, having been in the Greater Melbourne Area must continue to comply with their instructions under the previous COVID-19 Directions. Requirements have not changed for these people. They must have immediately received a COVID-19 test and self-quarantined until they received a negative test result. They must then get tested again on day 5 and day 12.
People who were in South Australia prior to 12.01 am Thursday 11 February 2021, having been at a ‘Public Exposure Site’ as defined on the following Victoria Government website must continue to comply with their instructions under the previous COVID-19 Directions. Requirements do not change for these people. They must continue with their 14-day quarantine and testing regime with COVID-19 tests on days 1, 5 and 12.
Chief Executive Officer
April 15 MESSAGE FROM CEO – RE LEASING
As the impacts of COVID-19 were beginning to signal serious ramifications for South Australia, Business SA instigated an industry summit to bring together representatives of a broad range of associations and community organisations to discuss a path through the crisis.
Business SA, South Australia’s Chamber of Commerce and Industry, invited SAPML’s CEO Angelo Demasi to participate. A Summit Report has now been published. Read the Business SA Summit Report
As a first point of reference – please visit the PIRSA Covid-19 Resource Page
The Australian Taxation Office (ATO) will implement a series of administrative measures to assist Australians experiencing financial difficulty as a result of the COVID-19 outbreak. Visit the ATO website for further details.