Victoria tightens border measures with SA as officials urge for non-essential travel to be cancelled

Travellers from Adelaide, including the city’s hotspot areas, will be required to take a COVID-19 test and quarantine upon arrival into Victoria as the state tightens its border measures. The Department of Health confirmed today travel advice and border measures had been revised, with all non-essential travel into South Australia advised to not go ahead. Victorians have been urged to avoid travelling to South Australia as the state’s coronavirus outbreak in the city’s north continues to grow. South Australian residents have also been requested to cancel all travel to Victoria unless it is absolutely necessary, as the state goes back into lockdown for at least six days.

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