On 18 November 2020, South Australia Premier Steven Marshall instituted a statewide lockdown and stay-at-home order – effective as of 2359 (1359 UTC) on 18 November until 24 November. Under the order, only one person per household will be allowed to leave each day to purchase essential goods. Outdoor exercise is not permitted. Restaurants will be open for delivery only. Cafes, coffee shops, food courts, pubs and other non-essential businesses will be closed. Regional travel is prohibited. Face masks are mandatory in all public areas. Child care, medical care, supermarkets and other essential services will remain open. Airports and public transport will remain operational; however, Adelaide Airport (YPAD/ADL) has halted all inbound international flights until further notice. After the initial lockdown an additional eight days of restrictions will follow. The decision comes amid a growing cluster of COVID-19 cases in the state.