South Australians have enjoyed a day of restrictions under COVID-19 after many laws were damaged back overnight.
Since midnight the government has now allowed up to 50 people to gather in private homes, from just ten people at Christmas time.
In bars and restaurants enthusiasts are allowed to eat “direct use”, another so-called drinking while standing.
The QR code has been released so far and covers almost every store, including supermarkets and general stores.
A paper recording log template is available as a backup for people who do not have a smart phone.
Gyms can now hold one person for two square meters and playgrounds are open.
Private works have been increased from energy limits to 150 to 200.
By 4pm, the state had found out that there was a new case against COVID-19, a 40-year-old man who had just returned from overseas.
He was taken to a central hotel when he arrived and did not contact the general public.
To date South Australia has recorded a total of 563 cases, of which 558 have fully recovered.
You can get up-to-date information from the Government Coronavirus Australia app, available on the App Store, Google Play and the Government WhatsApp channel.