Those coming from Greater Brisbane no longer need to quarantine or get tested but health authorities announce no changes to NSW arrangements.
According to the state government website on Thursday morning, people coming from the former hotspot area no longer need to quarantine for 14 days or get tested on day one, five and 12 of their stay as of 12.01am on Thursday.
However, those who entered from January 17 up until the 12.01am deadline on January 21 must still submit COVID-19 tests on day one, five and 12.
All travellers wanting to enter SA must complete a Cross Border Travel Registration prior to arriving.
Camera IconSouth Australia has eased its border restrictions with Greater Brisbane. Credit: News Corp Australia, Naomi Jellicoe
Earlier this morning, Queensland Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk announced COVID-19 restrictions would ease at 1am on Friday.
The state was able to return to their December level of caution after 14 days without a reported case related to Brisbane’s Grand Chancellor Hotel cluster, according to chief health officer Dr Jeannette Young.
The move comes just two weeks after the city was plunged into a three-day lockdown in a bid to curb any community transmission of COVID-19 after a hotel quarantine worker tested positive to the highly contagious B117 strain.