Adelaide public bus drivers have been told it’s not their job to monitor QR code compliance aboard their vehicles, as the Transport Department works on rolling out the system across more than 1000 buses, as well as all trains and trams, as part of the state’s emergency management directions.
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UPDATED: South Australia’s COVID cluster has grown to 14 after another two new positive cases were recorded overnight – a brother and sister who visited the Tenafeate Creek Wines “super spreader” exposure site – following a record day of testing across the state.
UPDATED | South Australians living without a spouse or partner are now allowed to visit a friend, relative or intimate partner at their house under certain conditions, following an overnight change to the state’s lockdown rules in a bid to ease mental health concerns.
NSW has reported 124 new locally acquired cases of COVID-19 – the highest daily number since the outbreak began in Sydney in mid-June – with at least 70 of those people out in the community for all or part of their infectious period.
The state government will today unveil the details of its support package for South Australian businesses affected by the seven-day lockdown while the federal government is set to provide back payments from next week to workers in metropolitan Adelaide who have lost hours.