South Australia To Close Its Borders From Tuesday, Declares Major Emergency

South Australia To Close Its Borders From Tuesday, Declares Major Emergency
South Australia To Close Its Borders From Tuesday, Declares Major Emergency

South Australian Premier Steven Marshall Declared That The Borders Will Be Closed From 4pm On Tuesday To Contain The Spread Of Novel Coronavirus.

"We Believe This Will Massively Switch Off, Overnight, Immediately, The Number Of People Who Are Coming Into South Australia From Interstate, This Will Massively Reduce The Risk And It Will Slow The Spread Of This Disease," Premier Marshall Said On Sunday

Anyone Who Arrives In To The State Must Self-isolate For 14 Days. "It Is The Social Responsibility Of Every Single Person In This State To Make Sure That They Are Abiding By These Rules." Marshall Said.

SA Now Joins Northern Territory And Tasmania In Closing Their Borders.

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