South Australia Covid roadmap: Adelaide to open borders from November 23

South Australia Covid roadmap: Adelaide to open borders from November 23
South Australia Covid roadmap: Adelaide to open borders from November 23
Another holiday hotspot opens to tourists with South Australia announcing EXACTLY when its border restrictions will be lifted Fully vaccinated domestic travellers can visit South Australia and not quarantine International arrivals will see the current quarantine duration cut to seven days Those who are not vaccinated from outside Australia need to serve a fortnight  Part of Covid-ready roadmap, state pushing for 90 per cent full jab rate by Xmas

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South Australian premier Steven Marshall has confirmed border restrictions will be eased for holidaymakers who are double-vaccinated from November 23.

And in good news for international travellers, time spent in quarantine after arriving in Adelaide will be slashed from 14 days to seven days.

Unvaccinated arrivals from abroad will have to serve a full fortnight in isolation.

The development is part of the state's Covid-Ready roadmap, with the premier stating it was time to 'reward' residents for being so diligent during the pandemic.

'South Australians have worked extraordinarily hard over the last 19 months. They've stood shoulder to shoulder together,' Marshall said. 

South Australian premier Steven Marshall has confirmed border restrictions will be eased for holidaymakers who are double-vaccinated from November 23

South Australian premier Steven Marshall has confirmed border

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