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South Australia Covid Roadmap: Adelaide to Open Borders Starting Nov. 23

Another holiday hotspot opens to tourists with South Australia announcing EXACTLY when its border restrictions will be lifted

  • Completely vaccinated domestic travelers can visit South Australia and not self-quarantine
  • International arrivals will see the current quarantine duration reduced to seven days
  • Those who are not vaccinated from outside Australia must serve fifteen days
  • Part of the roadmap ready for Covid, the state is pushing for a 90% full jab rate by Christmas


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South Australian Prime Minister Steven Marshall has confirmed that border restrictions will be eased for tourists who are doubly vaccinated from 23 November.

And as good news for international travelers, the time they spend in quarantine after arriving in Adelaide will be reduced from 14 to seven days.

Unvaccinated arrivals from abroad must serve a full fifteen days in isolation.

The development is part of the state’s Covid-Ready roadmap, with the prime minister declaring that it was time to ‘reward’ residents for being so diligent during the pandemic.

“South Australians have worked extraordinarily hard over the past 19 months. They’ve been shoulder to shoulder together, ” Marshall said.

South Australian Prime Minister Steven Marshall has confirmed that border restrictions will be eased for tourists who are doubly vaccinated from 23 November.

South Australian Prime Minister Steven Marshall has confirmed that border restrictions will be eased for tourists who are doubly vaccinated from 23 November.

Popular destinations like Glenelg Beach (pictured) are expected to join the crowd leading up to Christmas.

Popular destinations like Glenelg Beach (pictured) are expected to join the crowd leading up to Christmas.

Popular destinations like Glenelg Beach (pictured) are expected to join the crowd leading up to Christmas.

‘There has to be some reward for the sacrifices of people and companies.

“I know this (announcement) will be a great relief to so many South Australians who want to get back to normal as soon as possible.”

And once South Australia achieves a double 90 percent vaccination rate, which is projected to be by Christmas, the quarantine will be completely removed for international guests who have taken both hits and additional restrictions for locals will be lifted. .

They include the public use of masks, density limits, gathering and crowd limits, as well as the prohibition of standing while drinking alcohol and dancing in authorized places.

Following Tuesday’s announcement, the prime minister anticipates a dramatic increase in residents seeking to be fully targeted in the coming weeks.

“I think now there will be a big increase in the vaccination rate,” Marshall said.

“Health experts now tell us that vaccination is our way out.”

Current South Australian vaccination figures for those over 16 years of age are 62.6% fully vaccinated and 79.3% first dose.

For those over 12 years of age, the figures are 60% complete vaccination and 77.2% for the first dose.

Following Tuesday's announcement, South African Prime Minister Steven Marshall anticipates a dramatic increase in residents seeking a full puncture before Christmas (pictured, paramedic Tess Gale being vaccinated)

Following Tuesday's announcement, South African Prime Minister Steven Marshall anticipates a dramatic increase in residents seeking a full puncture before Christmas (pictured, paramedic Tess Gale being vaccinated)

Following Tuesday’s announcement, South African Prime Minister Steven Marshall anticipates a dramatic increase in residents seeking a full puncture before Christmas (pictured, paramedic Tess Gale being vaccinated)

Current South Australian vaccination figures for those over 16 years of age are 62.6% fully vaccinated and 79.3% first dose (pictured, nurse Annabel Thomas receiving a Pfizer vaccine)

Current South Australian vaccination figures for those over 16 years of age are 62.6% fully vaccinated and 79.3% first dose (pictured, nurse Annabel Thomas receiving a Pfizer vaccine)

Current South Australian vaccination figures for those over 16 years of age are 62.6% fully vaccinated and 79.3% first dose (pictured, nurse Annabel Thomas receiving a Pfizer vaccine)

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