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We encourage you to regularly check SA.GOV.AU for state-wide information during the COVID-19 pandemic, including on the support available, current business restrictions and our Roadmap to Recovery
 
Please continue to visit Supporting Business in SA to view information for South Australian businesses.

Interstate travel update

While visitors to South Australia from Tasmania, Northern Territory, Western Australian and Queensland can enter without a quarantine requirement, all travellers are now required to complete a pre-approval application prior to arrival at our borders. 

Visitors from the ACT and New South Wales will be allowed in from 20 July, with arrivals from Victoria restricted until the health risk lessens. 

All South Australians returning from Victoria will now be required to submit themselves for a mandatory COVID-19 test within 24 hours of arrival, and again 12 days later. 

A new Cross Border Travel Direction has also been issued outlining additional requirements for essential travellers, including keeping a log of close contacts and wearing a mask in public for a period of 14 days.

View the Government of South Australia''s information on travel restrictions.

SA nightlife restrictions

Police Commissioner Grant Stevens has issued a new Public Activities Direction to restrict the opening of nightclubs until the venue has an approved COVID Management Plan.

Nightclubs had originally been included in the list of venues allowed to reopen under stage three of restrictions easing, but must now wait until a COVID Management Plan is in place. 

What constitutes a nightclub is defined in the Direction, referring to licensed venues where the consumption of liquor, playing loud music and dancing are the predominant activities. 

SA Health is currently developing a COVID Management Plan template and application process. In the meantime, business owners are encouraged to view this list of Frequently Asked Questions

To learn more about the State Government''s plan for economic recovery, visit the Recovery from COVID-19 website. 

Engage with the new Australian Cyber Collaboration Centre

In good news for local businesses, the Australian Cyber Collaboration Centre (A3C) is now open at Lot Fourteen, Adelaide. 

This mission-driven, not-for-profit organisation is committed to making cyberspace a safer place for organisations of all sizes, and can help business owners understand and navigate the cyber ecosystem to address their specific information security needs.

To learn more about partnering with the A3C, visit their website or tune into the Advertiser''s live Q&A with new CEO Hai Tran on Monday morning. 
 
Are your employees equipped to handle a cyber security attack?

IT professionals are also invited to enrol in the first cyber security course presented by the A3C, in partnership with aizoOn and Dr Matthew Sorrell from The University of Adelaide.

Designed to support businesses of all sizes and across all industries, the course provides a solid understanding of the cyber security methodologies, tools and techniques required for an effective incident response. Click here to learn more.

Investment in First Nations music production

The Australian Government has announced the first recipients of its $2 million Indigenous Contemporary Music Program, designed to support the Indigenous music sector and increase crucial development opportunities for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander artists. 

The Australia Council, APRA AMCOS Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Music Office, Australian Recording Industry Association and MusicNT have all been granted funding through the program to support Indigenous music projects.

Funding invested through the Australia Council will support:
  • $150,000 for an Indigenous contemporary music projects competitive grant program
  • $100,000 to run a matched funding initiative to support the development of the Indigenous music sector.
More detail about these opportunities, including how to apply, will be available from next month. 

Upcoming events and webinars


Managing a nation in crisis, COVID-19
Presented by AIIA
Monday 20 July, 2.00pm (SA time)

Building a Facebook audience
Presented by the Polaris Centre
Monday 20 July, 4.30pm
How to run collaborative remote meetings that don''t suck
Presented by Beaker and Flint
Tuesday 14 July, 9.30am 

Sales conversion for business recovery
Presented by Adelaide Business Hub
Tuesday 14 July, 10.00am 

Tips for employers to navigate the workforce and survive the pandemic
Presented by Propel SA
Wednesday 15 July, 10.30am

How to sing, dance, paint and play our way out of COVID-19
Presented by Don Dunstan Foundation
Wednesday 15 July, 6.30pm 

Does disruption drive innovation? 
Presented by CEDA
Thursday 16 July, 12.00pm (SA time)
COVID-19 Cash Chest
Presented by Adelaide Business Hub
Multiple dates beginning 21 July


Mental health of the post COVID-19 worker
Presented by Business SA
Thursday 23 July, 10.30am

Demonstrating the profit in your people
Presented BDO 
Thursday 30 July, 10.30am (SA Time)

Defence Industry 101
Presented by Defence Teaming Centre
Thursday 30 July, 9.30am

Will your business shrink or shine this year?
Presented by Business SA
Thursday 30 July, 6.30pm

Other helpful resources

Music SA have developed a best practice guide for live music venues operating under COVID-19 safety measures. 
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