UPDATE: SA's State Transition Committee has met this morning to discuss coronavirus cases interstate.
Premier Steven Marshall and his team have reached a decision on opening the border to New South Wales and ACT.
From midnight tonight (Tuesday), ACT travellers will be able to fly directly into SA without needing to quarantine for 14 days, but border restrictions with NSW will remain in place.
Premier Stevens said it is “not possible to put a timeframe” on when his Transition Committee will lift travel restrictions with NSW.
Victorians will likely have to wait until December at the earliest before being granted access.