Lifting COVID-19 border restrictions for people travelling to South Australia from NSW and the ACT is not “that far off”, Premier Steven Marshall says.
The current quarantine arrangements will come up for discussion again when the state’s transition committee meets on Friday.
“The ACT and NSW are always on the agenda. The (virus) figures have been tracking down and we’re very pleased about that,” Mr Marshall said.
“We’ll be looking very carefully at opening up the border both tomorrow and Tuesday.
“I don’t think it’s that far off.”
But Mr Marshall said South Australia would not take any action unless it was absolutely safe to do so.
SA reported no new coronavirus cases on Thursday leaving the state’s total since the start of the pandemic at 465.
There are no active infections.