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Northern Territory to revoke South Australia’s coronavirus hotspot designation from TOMORROW

A staff cleans a table at the Adelaide Airport pop up bar on November 18 (pictured) as two passengers wait for a flight out of South Australia. Hundreds of South Australians who fled the lockdown to fly to the NT earlier this week will no longer have to quarantine from Saturday

The Northern Territory will no longer consider Adelaide a COVID-19 hotspot from tomorrow, meaning all South Australians can freely enter the neighbouring state.  

NT Health Minister Natasha Fyles announced on Friday they will be revoking Greater Adelaide’s hotspot designation from 9am on Saturday under advice from Chief Health Officer Dr Hugh Heggie. 

The decision comes after SA Premier Steven Marshall said his state would be ending its planned six-day lockdown three days early on Saturday. 

Hundreds of South Australians who fled the lockdown to fly to the NT earlier this week will no longer have to quarantine for two weeks and can leave their hotels. 

While the NT is reopening its borders, Queensland remains steadfast on its strict border closure against SA. 

A staff cleans a table at the Adelaide Airport pop up bar on November 18 (pictured) as two passengers…

Northern Territory to revoke South Australia’s coronavirus hotspot designation from TOMORROW

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