By lalexander
November 17, 2020

The state of South Australia have received new COVID-19 restrictions in response to a growing cluster within the state.

From the 16th November 2020 at 11:59pm all bowling centres have been asked to close for two weeks with the new restrictions. Due to the closures of centres, all competition and bowling activity will be suspended until reopening occurs.

We expect updated directives as the two-week timeline progresses.

As has been the case throughout the pandemic, things can change quickly, and we will provide any further updates as they come to hand.  Please continue to visit TBA’s COVID-19 hub which contains all the latest information and directives.

We share your disappointment and frustration with the restrictions knowing that there have been no community transmissions within bowling centres within Australia. Like Victoria has done, South Australia must abide by directed restrictions and hope the increase in case numbers comes to an end. 

Please stay safe!


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