South Australia is currently under Level 1 restrictions with some additional restrictions.

Level 0

No restrictions

Level 1: Watch and assess

  • 3/4 density (3 people per 4 square metres)
  • Indoor venues: masks if more than 3/4 density
  • No communal consumption facilities

Level 2: Low restrictions

  • 1/2 density (1 person per 2 square metres)
  • Indoor venues: masks if more than 1/2 density
  • No communal consumption facilities
  • Covid Management Plan: events of more than 1,000 people
  • Shisha ban
  • Masks for high risk settings
  • Masks for personal care services
  • Restrictions on dancing and singing
  • Private activity cap: 150

Level 3: Medium restrictions

  • 1/4 density (1 person per 4 square metres)
  • No communal consumption facilities
  • Seated food and beverage consumption only
  • Covid Management Plan: events of more than 1,000 people and outdoors only
  • Shisha ban
  • Private activity cap: 50
  • Masks for high risk settings
  • Masks for personal care services
  • Masks for passenger transport services
  • Restrictions on dancing and singing
  • Sports spectator restrictions

Level 4: High restrictions

  • 1/4 density (1 person per 4 square metres)
  • Outdoor dining only
  • No communal consumption facilities
  • Seated food and beverage consumption only
  • No Covid Management Plan events
  • Shisha ban
  • Private activity cap: 10
  • Masks for high risk settings
  • Masks for health care services
  • Masks for passenger transport services
  • Masks for shared indoor public places
  • Restrictions on dancing and singing
  • Sports spectator restrictions
  • Indoor fitness facilities closed
  • No team, club or competitive sport
  • Personal care services closed
  • Public entertainment closed
  • Non-essential retail services closed

Level 5: Stay at home

  • Stay at home requirement
  • Closure of community activities
  • Masks for high risk settings
  • Masks for health care services
  • Masks for passenger transport services
  • Masks for public places

High risk setting

A high risk setting means each of the following:

  • a residential aged care facility
  • a disability care facility
  • a prison, correctional facility, training centre or other place of custody
  • any of the following areas within a public or private hospital:
    • an emergency department
    • an intensive care unit
    • a respiratory ward
    • an oncology ward
  • health care services provided in any of the Aboriginal communities listed in Schedule 1 in the Emergency Management (Cross Border Travel—General) (COVID-19) Direction 2021, or any other Aboriginal community controlled health service.
Page last updated: 14 October 2021