Covid interstate travel exemptions compassionate grounds

See the Hansard from my speech to State Parliament below: 

"The current amendments of COVID-19 Emergency Response (Further Measures) Amendment Bill 2020 will allow people to travel into South Australia from interstate to visit a critically or terminally ill relative or to attend the funeral of an immediate family member, provided that such persons self-quarantine during any period during which they are not visiting their relative or attending the funeral....

...I propose to amend the Emergency Management Act 2004, Division 4 (via the COVID-19 Emergency Response (Further Measures) Amendment Bill 2020) — Powers that may be exercised in relation to declared emergencies, to insert section: 

A direction or requirement under this section must not prohibit travel into or out of the State where the travel is for the purpose of escaping domestic violence or providing support to a family member who is experiencing domestic violence, or is otherwise reasonably necessary for the purpose of dealing with circumstances arising out of domestic violence (but a direction may impose conditions in relation to such travel). (2a) A direction or requirement under this section must not prohibit travel into or out of the State where the travel is for the purpose of escaping domestic violence or providing support to a family member who is experiencing domestic violence, or is otherwise reasonably necessary for the purpose of dealing with circumstances arising out of domestic violence (but a direction may impose conditions in relation to such travel)."

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