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Sydney news: South Australia reopens to regional NSW but restrictions remain for Greater Sydney

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Here’s what you need to know this morning.

South Australia opens to regional NSW

sign at the border between New South Wales and South Australia
The border between New South Wales and South Australia at Cockburn, near Broken Hill.(ABC Broken Hill: Saskia Mabin)

Residents of regional NSW are now permitted to visit South Australia, with border restrictions having been eased at midnight.

However, travel restrictions will remain in place for people from Greater Sydney, the Central Coast, the Blue Mountains and the Wollongong area.

Anyone outside of these areas is now free to travel into South Australia on the proviso they get a COVID-19 test on days one, five and 12 of their stay.

South Australia imposed a hard border on NSW on January 1 as the northern beaches and Croydon clusters grew.

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