South Australia eases restrictions, throws border open to Melbourne
South Australia will open its border to Melburnians and ease a number of COVID restrictions on dancing.
Premier Steven Marshall on Wednesday announced travel restrictions on people coming from Greater Melbourne would end at 12.01am Friday.
Anyone entering South Australia won’t need to isolate or seek coronavirus testing.
In addition to the border announcement, Marshall also confirmed several restrictions would be rolled back.
Dancing and drinking will be permitted in venues that cater to fewer than 200 people.
In venues that can host 200 to 1000 people, dancing will be permitted on a designated dancefloor with no more than 50 patrons.
Venues that host more than 1000 people will…