SA Health is monitoring compliance with the Consolidated Measures Direction put in place to manage the COVID-19 pandemic.

Some businesses, sports clubs and religious groups in South Australia may have authorised officers from SA Health enter their premises to review COVID-19 compliance.

SAPOL supports some compliance activities in regional SA, and those linked to licensed premises, tattoo shops, recreational transport, public assemblies and residential gatherings.

Contact tracing

You are no longer required to do the COVID-Safe Check in at defined public activity but you are required to Check in at:

  • Public and Private hospitals,
  • Disability care facilities
  • Residential Aged Care Facilities, and
  • Prisons and correctional facilities

Reporting COVID compliance issues

If you suspect a business, activity or individual has not complied with the South Australian COVID-19 Directions and would like to report this to SA Health, then please complete an online reporting form.

COVID-19 Business non-compliance reporting form


For further assistance in relation to your business COVID-19 compliance obligations, please contact SA Health by emailing or call the SA COVID Information Line on 1800 253 787.

More information

COVID Compliance monitoring FAQ for businesses (PDF, 256.4 KB)