Due to travel restrictions including South Australian border controls, international and interstate arrivals have dwindled. Quarantine requirements for arriving travellers are having a positive impact in reducing the spread of the virus. We have seen very small numbers of new cases over the long weekend and yesterday.
Having consulted with the Chief Public Health Officer, I have reviewed the restrictions in place for the wine industry and have decided that cellar doors across South Australia can re-open for limited trading.
From today, wineries will be permitted to sell their produce from cellar doors on a take away basis. However, they will not be permitted to conduct tastings or provide meals in or on the premises.
Read the message from Commissioner Grant Stevens in full at https://www.police.sa.gov.au/sa-police-news-assets/front-page-news/message-from-commissioner-grant-stevens3#.XpemE25uKAg