The Marshall Liberal Government has implemented a raft of measures in Service SA centres as part of its strong plan to help stop the spread of the coronavirus.
Service SA remains open, however to follow current social distancing rules in line with health advice, the following services will be temporarily suspended:
These changes are further to measures already implemented including:
Minister for Transport, Infrastructure and Local Government Stephan Knoll said the State Government is doing everything it can to make Service SA centres safe for users and staff.
“The health and safety of our customers and staff is our priority and we have made these changes to further stop the spread of coronavirus,” said Minister Knoll.
“These changes are about reducing non-essential transactions which will help customers and staff to practise social distancing.
“Service SA centres will remain open but I encourage anyone who needs assistance to first head to www.service.sa.gov.au with the vast majority of essential transactions or services available online.
“If you require further assistance, call Service SA on 13 10 84 to see if an alternate service option is available.
“I appreciate that these temporary changes may take some time to get used to but it’s important for the health and safety of everyone involved that we reduce the number of people having face-to-face interactions at our Service SA centres.”
More information is available at www.service.sa.gov.au.