South Australians are rejoicing on the news that the dancefloor is opening up following three long months closure the premier announced, adding that a further easing of coronavirus restrictions are to follow.
The state has scrapped the 300 person capacity limit and it has been replaced by a one-person per two square metre rule.
“Nightclubs will be considered, but only after a comprehensive COVID management plan has been put in place and approved by the Transition Committee,” Marshall said for 7NEWS.
The premier talked about the rise of coronivirus cases in Victoria:
“We are very hopeful that Victoria will get on top of the current number of new cases,” he said.
“But we won’t be opening our borders if it’s not safe to do so.
“We have worked so hard, we do not want to be going backwards.”
South Australia’s pubs, clubs and restaurants are set for a boost with a jump in the number of patrons allowed inside. Venues are now allowed to cater for up to 300 people at a time. #7NEWS https://t.co/QqVkHfhNOE
— 7NEWS Brisbane (@7NewsBrisbane) June 18, 2020