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South Australia to reverse coronavirus travel restrictions on Victorian border towns – ABC News

South Australia will repeal some of its controversial border restrictions with Victoria, allowing people in border communities back into the state including for work and school.

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South Australia’s tough new border restrictions intended to combat the spread of coronavirus from Victoria will be relaxed just days after coming into effect, the SA Premier has confirmed.
Key points:

  • A 40-kilometre buffer zone will be reintroduced to allow cross-border travel
  • The current restrictions prompted backlash from Victorian border residents
  • A limit on home gatherings in SA will increase to 50 from Friday

A 40-kilometre buffer zone will be reinstated…

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