South Australia has recorded no new cases of coronavirus, as authorities announce the state remains on track to ease restrictions including along the Victorian border.
The number of cases linked to the Parafield cluster remains at 31, while one woman is in hospital in a stable condition.
From Tuesday the border restriction with Victoria will be lifted, allowing free travel from that state into South Australia.
Premier Steven Marshall has also announced an easing of restrictions for two weeks in the lead up to Christmas.
The changes include increasing density in outdoor venues — from one person per four square metres to one person per two square metres — and increasing caps on funerals and private functions at licensed venues to 150.