In response to the outbreak of the human disease COVID-19, a major emergency has been declared in South Australia.

To reduce the spread of COVID-19 within South Australia, on 22 March 2020 the State Coordinator made a Declaration of a Major Emergency under the Emergency Management Act 2004.

Extension of Major Emergency Declaration

Governor approval has been provided to extend the existing Major Emergency Declaration. The Governor of South Australia has approved a 28-day extension of the existing Declaration of a Major Emergency commencing 25 July 2020.

Extension of Major Emergency Declaration (DOC, 43.0 KB) - 25 July 2020
Extension of Major Emergency Declaration (PDF, 41.1 KB) - 25 July 2020

Previous declarations

Extension of Major Emergency Declaration (PDF, 64.8 KB) - 27 June 2020

Extension of Major Emergency Declaration (PDF, 41.2 KB) - 30 May 2020

Extension of Major Emergency Declaration (PDF, 31.3 KB) - 2 May 2020

Extension of the Emergency Declaration (PDF, 33.4 KB) - 4 April 2020

Emergency Declaration and Appointment of Assistant State Coordinator (PDF, 54.0 KB) - 22 March 2020

Page last updated: 25 July 2020