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South Australia will drop its remaining COVID-19 border restrictions with Victoria from Friday, allowing travellers from Greater Melbourne to enter the state.

SA’s transition committee met on Wednesday to endorse the change which was put in place in response to an outbreak in coronavirus cases in Victoria in recent weeks.

Premier Steven Marshall says the relaxation comes after Victoria’s great work to get on top of the cluster.

He says some local restrictions will also be eased at the same time, with dancing to be allowed in venues with a capacity of less than 200 patrons.

Venues between 200 and 1000 will also be allowed dancing, but must limit numbers on the dancefloor to 50 at a time.

“A lot of people are going to be quite relieved…



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