South Australia will begin stage one of the three-step-plan that the federal government rolled out today. From the 11th of May, South Australia will allow gatherings of up to 10 people with social distancing.
Universities and TAFE can reopen campuses for face-to-face tutorials and local government libraries will also reopen with strict measures in place. Regional travel from Monday has also been approved.
Premier Steven Marshall said, “outdoor dining for restaurants and cafes, up to a maximum of 10 people, can begin as of Monday.
“Community and youth centres will be open, up to 10 indoors, and so will our RSLs. Not for meals and bar service, but we want our veterans to be able to visit RSLs to receive services that they have been missing in recent weeks while the ban on visiting RSLs has been in place.
“Auctions and open inspections will be available from Monday for up to 10 persons. Local government libraries will be open for up to 10 visitors, plus the staff at work in those libraries.
“Sport training, non-contact sport training, can begin as of Monday in groups of up to 10 people.
“Funerals — one of the highest requested restrictions to be lifted has been agreed to, and so as of Monday, funerals of up to 20 indoors and 30 outdoors will be permitted, plus those who are officiating, so a very big lift in restrictions on funerals.
“For other worship, weddings and ceremonies, we will be allowing churches to reopen for these small ceremonies or private worship, as of Monday. Up to 10 people plus those who are officiating.
“There will be a limited approach to opening our pools in South Australia, again up to 10, especially for lap swimming, and this is all going to be available as of Monday.”