LIMESTONE Coast Police will ramp up compliance checks on businesses in the region to help prevent the spread of COVID-19 in South Australia.
It follows an update to public activity restrictions yesterday, which reinforced the requirement for some businesses to have an approved COVID management plan.
A COVID management plan must be submitted for “a defined public activity, meeting or prescribed gathering” and approved before the activity is conducted.
Limestone Coast Police acting officer in charge Inspector Campbell Hill said there would be a heavy emphasis on the compliance of those businesses moving forward.
“Any business that is trading needs to have a COVID