Concerns over the COVID-19 outbreak in Victoria is prompting South Australia to keep its borders closed.
The state was initially planning to open up on the 20th of July, but that has been put on hold.
A decision is still to be made about if residents of New South Wales and the ACT will be allowed in.
South Australian Premier Steven Marshall says the decision had to be made so people can better plan.
“I know that this is tough; I know that there are many families who are dislocated because of the border arrangements. I know that it’s very tough on business because of the border arrangements, but we’ve got to protect the people of South Australia,” Mr Marshall says.
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