South Australia will reopen its borders to people in New South Wales and Victoria within weeks.
From November 23, border restrictions will be removed for interstate travellers who are fully vaccinated.
The quarantine period for international arrivals will also be reduced from that date – from 14 days to seven days.
Within the state the limit on home gatherings will increase from 20 to 30 visitors.
Then, when the state reaches the 90 per cent double vaccinated mark, quarantine arrangements for fully vaccinated overseas arrivals will be removed and further restrictions will ease in the state.
This is a developing story. More to come.