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South Australian authorities have urged caution as the state prepares to welcome back wedding dances and stand-up drinking from midnight.
Police Commissioner Grant Stevens today warned easing coronavirus restrictions did not mean residents could forget their responsibilities to keep the COVID-19 spread low.
“Regularly seeing zero days of new infections, it does lend itself to a level of complacency creeping in,” Mr Stevens said.
“COVID-19 has not gone away, it is still something that threatens the South Australian community, even though we’re in a very good spot at the moment.”
From midnight tonight, dancing will be allowed at weddings and private events.
And for the first time in months, people will be allowed to drink while standing up in outside areas at pubs.
The 100,000 COVID-19 marshals in South Australia are expected to be kept busy.
South Australia recorded just two new cases of COVID-19 today, with two return overseas travelers in hotel isolation.