South Australia implements 14-day COVID-19 quarantine period for Sydney visitors | ABC News

South Australia will require all arrivals from the Greater Sydney area to quarantine for 14 days from midnight tonight, the state’s Chief Public Health Officer says.
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They will be required to have a coronavirus test three times — on arrival, on day five and on day 12.
Anyone who has been in Sydney’s Northern Beaches area will be barred from South Australia entirely.
People arriving from regional New South Wales will be required to have a test but do not need to isolate.

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