SA unlikely to move on Vic, NSW borders
South Australia's transition committee is set to meet again but is unlikely to change coronavirus border restrictions with NSW or Victoria.
The committee will meet on Tuesday to consider the latest in the fight against growing COVID-19 clusters in both Sydney and Melbourne.
At present, SA has a hard border closure in place with NSW with no one from that state allowed to enter unless they are a returning resident, relocating permanently or an essential traveller.
Returning residents or people relocating will still need to quarantine for 14 days and can only make that trip once.
The border with Victoria remains open, though people who have been to any virus hotspots in Melbourne are being asked to get tested.
Premier Steven Marshall says he's not anticipating any immediate changes with the arrangements for Victoria.
He says he has confidence officials there will be able to bring the outbreak under control.
But he says SA will look for 14 days with no community transmission before lifting coronavirus restrictions with NSW.
NSW recorded no new local infections on Monday over the designated 24-hour period for the first time in almost three weeks.
However, two new cases linked to a western Sydney bottle shop have since been registered and will be added to Tuesday's figures.
Victoria reported three new locally acquired cases on Monday while SA said four people who recently returned from overseas had tested positive for the virus.
All four are in hotel quarantine.
Also on Tuesday, the latest round of SA travel vouchers will become available, offering $100 towards accommodation in the centre of Adelaide and $50 for accommodation in the city's suburbs or in regional centres.
Successful applicants having until the end of March to travel.
The first round of vouchers injected $10 million into the local economy and the second round is expected to be popular.
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