South Australia will allow people from regional NSW to come back into the state without having to quarantine for 14 days.
Premier Steven Marshall said the border changes would come into effect as of 12.01am on Thursday.
He said the requirement for those people was that they must get tested on day one, five and 12 of their stay in the state.
“The current hard border arrangements with those high community transmission zones in and around Sydney will remain for the time being, but we will continue to look at those on a daily basis,” Mr Marshall said.
He added there was no change to border…