Jobs Australia has sought clarity and further detail state by state from the Premiers on the definition of “non-essential businesses” which so far align with the statement by the Prime Minister.

Jobs Australia will continue to provide detail as the information is updated. This is a continually changing landscape and Jobs Australia will aim to keep the information current for Members.

SA Premier: Protecting the community and local jobs - 7 April 2020

Better protections for landlords and private tenants, and a suite of measures to protect South Australian jobs are among the initiatives that form part of the Government’s legislative response to the coronavirus (COVID-19). Click here.

$10,000 emergency cash grants for small businesses impacted by COVID-19 - 9 April 2020

Tens of thousands of South Australian small businesses and not-for-profits that have suffered a significant loss of income or been forced to close as a result of necessary coronavirus-related restrictions, will be offered a one-off $10,000 emergency cash grant from the Marshall Liberal Government to further support them through the crisis. Click here

2020 flu vaccine now available - 8 April 2020

South Australians eligible for a free influenza vaccine through the National Immunisation Program are being encouraged to immediately contact their immunisation provider to book in for a flu shot. Click here.

Mentoring service to connect business leaders with SA startups and scaleups - 8 April 2020

A confidential mentoring service backed by South Australia’s Chief Entrepreneur has been launched to support the state’s startups and scaleups through the impacts of COVID-19. Click here.

Supporting Business in South Australia - 16 April 2020

Financial support is available to help minimise the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on your business. Financial support options are available for sole traders, employers, companies and Registered Training Organisations. Click here.

Government of South Australia: Recovery from COVID-19 - 22 May 2020

The South Australian government has released its Roadmap for Easing COVID-19 Restrictions. While the Prime Minister and National Cabinet have released a national framework, state and territory governments must develop their own plans for moving towards a COVID safe society and economy. This roadmap is South Australia's plan. Click here