SAET's response to COVID-19

SAET is responding to COVID-19 in accordance with advice from the Government of South Australia. Visit for more information.

Important information for people attending SAET in-person

If you are not feeling well

If you are unwell, please do not attend SAET. This should be the case for both COVID and non-COVID illnesses such as colds and flu.

If you have COVID-19

If you have tested positive for COVID-19, in accordance with SA Health advice, you should not attend SAET until your acute symptoms have cleared (usually 5-7 days).

Contact the SAET registry as soon as possible and alternative arrangements will be made.

If you are a close contact

Close contact includes living with or having spent a lot of time indoors with someone with COVID-19.  You should follow SA Health’s Close contact advice. This includes wearing a mask when attending SAET.



Social Distancing


In-person hearings and conferences


Room capacity limitations


Cleaning regime


Hand sanitiser

Supplied in waiting areas.

Communications from the President relating to COVID-19

All SAET legislation, rules and practice directions can be accessed here.