The following information is for all sacare Staff members.
The lockdown in South Australia will be lifted from Wednesday 12.01am 28/07/21.
There will still be some restrictions such as:
Further details regarding these restrictions will be released soon here.
- Masks are still to be worn in high-risk settings, personal care, public transport and health care services.
- Density requirements (1 person per 4 square metres) and seating only in restaurants and bars.
- No singing or dancing
- A limit of 10 people visiting per household including the residents of the home.
Workers and students can return to the office and school on Wednesday.
Vaccination in quarantine
People cannot leave quarantine to get a first dose of the COVID-19 vaccination and appointments must be rescheduled. Please note this is quarantine, NOT lockdown.
The second dose of the Pfizer vaccine can be administered up to 42 days after the first dose. The second appointment should be rescheduled within this time frame, if possible.
The second dose of the AstraZeneca vaccine can be administered up to 12 weeks after the first dose. The second appointment should be rescheduled within this time frame, if possible.
If the second dose appointment cannot be rescheduled, email SA Health at Health.DHWCOVID19VACCTEAM@sa.gov.au with name, contact number and booking details. Someone will be in contact to arrange a new booking at a suitable clinic.
Current activity restrictions have been updated, please click here for full details, including reasons to leave home.