Residents Cannot Walk Dog Or Excercise Outside During Lockdown In South Australia

The Australian state of South Australia began a mandatory six-day lockdown on November 18.

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The lockdown mandates strict rules which include closing schools and restaurants, banning weddings, and implementing mandatory face masks.  

Additionally, only one person per household once a day are permitted to leave the home for essential reasons only. 

People are also not allowed to “leave your house to exercise”.

All non-essential workers must stay indoors and only leave for essential reasons such as groceries and medical care. 

Additionally, the police in South Australia clarified that residents also cannot walk their dogs during the lockdown.

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