South Australia's coronavirus restrictions will largely go back to how they were earlier this week, starting at 12:01 am on Sunday.
It comes after by only telling them he had ordered from the Woodville business rather than was employed by it, causing authorities to worry the virus strain was more virulent than it was.
From midday today, police said South Australians could exercise in public spaces with members of their families and pets.
People had been , apart from accessing certain services, such as supermarkets and medical care.
Schools will reopen on Monday.
However, masks will still only be highly recommended, rather than mandatory.
These are the restrictions that will come back into place early on Sunday morning:
Pubs, clubs and restaurants
Hospitality venues, including pubs, clubs and restaurants will only be able to accept a maximum of 100 customers.
But some venues will not be able to have that many people because there will also be a maximum one person per four square metres.
There will be a maximum booking of 10 people in a group.
No-one will be able to stand up with an alcoholic drink, indoors or outdoors.
Licensed venues will be limited to hosting private functions, capped at 50 people.
Cinemas, theatres and other entertainment venues will be limited to one moviegoer per four square metres.One of Adelaide's busiest strips, Hindley Street, was left deserted during the short-lived lockdown.( ABC Radio Adelaide: Malcolm Sutton )
Aged care services
Wearing masks will be mandatory where physical distancing isn't possible.
The number of visitors will be restricted to two per day.
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The Government has issued advice for South Australians, which is not legally binding:
People who are particularly vulnerable to the coronavirus, such as older people, are advised against having visitors.
Everyone is advised to wear a mask where physical distancing is not possible, such as on public transport.
South Australians are discouraged from all unnecessary travel.Masks are highly recommended but not compulsory.( ABC News: Michael Clements )
Inbound international flights
All inbound international flights into Adelaide remain suspended until November 30.
Gatherings at private residences will be limited to 10 people per residence.
Fitness and sport
Community sports fixtures and training are temporarily cancelled.
That applies to both indoor and outdoor sports, and to both contact and non-contact sport.
Gyms can reopen.
Boot camps and other outdoor fitness activities can continue.An empty Adelaide Central Market during the lockdown.( Supplied )
All events scheduled for the next two weeks that previously had approved COVID management plans are cancelled.
Funerals and weddings
Funerals will be limited to 50 people.
There will be a maximum of one person per four square metres.
No change to the maximum number of 150 guests at weddings.
But all guests will have to be registered with the Communicable Disease Control Branch of SA HealthMost businesses have been forced to close during South Australia's short-lived lockdown.( ABC News: Michael Clements )
Places of worship
Churches will be limited to a maximum of 100 worshippers.
Hairdressing and personal care
Mask-wearing will be mandatory for staff at personal care services, including hairdressers, tattooists and nail salons
Customers will be "encouraged" to wear masks.