South Australia could lift lockdown restrictions in a far more aggressive way than the rest of Australia, after flattening the curve more effectively than other states.

Local footy, social sport and regional travel are reported to have been the top priorities for SA as it comes out of wide-reaching COVID-19 shutdowns.

Premier Steven Marshall met with Prime Minister Scott Morrison, along with other state and territory leaders and New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern today to discuss the country’s next steps.

The Advertiser reports that the State Government is looking at allowing regional travel, home inspections and training for SANFL clubs with a view to restart the season before the end of June.

But we might be waiting a little longer to get back to the pub.

Indoor spaces combined with the consumption of alcohol have been pinpointed as factors that could raise the risk of community transmission.

We are likely to know on Friday what the next steps will be as the state looks to get back to some sense of normal.

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