South Australia has recorded its eleventh consecutive day of no new coronavirus cases, and given local councils the green light to reopen playgrounds and skate parks.

The state’s total number of coronavirus cases remains at 438, with 98 per cent recovered.

Just seven cases are active, with three patients in hospital and none in intensive care.

Chief public health officer Nicola Spurrier said she was confident playgrounds and skate parks were safe to reopen, provided users continued social distancing, given they were outdoor activities and equipment could be cleaned.

Premier Steven Marshall said he was very keen to see regional tourism resume as soon as it was safe and welcomed by country communities.

“When it’s safe to do so, that will be one of our priority areas,” Mr Marshall told reporters on Sunday.

“I’m keen to see it happen because I know it’s going to create a lot of jobs.


“But there are some areas of anxiety.”

He said a transition committee would consider how to ease restrictions over a period of time.

“We’re very keen to see the restrictions lifted, we’re very keen to see people’s lives get back to a sense of normality.”