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    Coronavirus South Australia: Walking your dogs BANNED in lockdown

    Dog owners are outraged at being banned from walking their precious pooches in extreme South Australian lockdown – but police reveal one loophole to get them some exercise

    • South Australians are now banned from walking a dog during a six-day lockdown
    • Dog owners slammed the strict measure, arguing it goes ‘against animal rights’ 
    • Police commissioner said people can walk dogs to essential goods and services
    • Walking dogs to supermarkets and shops is a loophole around the walking ban 

    Dog owners in South Australia have slammed a ban on walking their pets during the state’s extreme six-day lockdown

    Police said ‘you cannot leave the house to walk the dog or to exercise’ in a tweet on Wednesday, outraging many who siad it hurt hurt animal welfare.

    People who are found flouting directives can be fined up to $1,000 – including for walking their dog during the lockdown. 

    South Australian Police said ‘you cannot leave the house to walk the dog or to exercise’ in a Tweet (pictured) on Wednesday

    Dog owners in SA were outraged by the news on Wednesday and posted about their frustrations and worries for their pets on Twitter.

    ‘It’s against animal rights not to allow it to exercise,’ one person wrote. 

    ‘WTF??? You can’t just not walk a dog for six days,’ another wrote. 

    A third wrote: ‘Terrible time to be a dog in South Australia! Don’t hold your breathe for an explanation either.’ 

    ‘My thoughts are also with all of South Australia’s dogs who won’t get a walk,’ a sympathetic animal love interstate wrote.   

    Dog owners in SA were outraged by the news on Wednesday and posted about their frustrations and worries for their pets on Twitter

    Dog owners in SA were outraged by the news on Wednesday and posted about their frustrations and worries for their pets on Twitter

    But on Thursday, SA Police Commissioner Grant Stevens revealed a loophole for owners to walk their dogs at a press conference. 

    Mr Stevens was asked if people could walk their dogs while they walked to shops.  

    ‘Just in terms of people accessing essential goods and services, if you make a decision to walk to the shop, that’s certainly a legitimate decision,’ he said. 

    ‘It’s a means of transport that we acknowledge. If you take your dog with you or not, that’s a matter for you.’ 

    But the commissioner warned people not to take advantage of lockdown loopholes like walking their dog to the supermarket. 

    ‘We don’t want to see people manipulating rules to suit themselves. This is for a very short period of time,’ Mr Stevens said. 

    Dog owners have already caught on to the loophole, with one man suggesting on Twitter: ‘Walk the dog to the shop. Easy.’   

    SA Police Commissioner Grant Stevens (right) said people can walk their dogs when accessing essential goods and services on Thursday, which is an apparent loophole around the ban

    SA Police Commissioner Grant Stevens (right) said people can walk their dogs when accessing essential goods and services on Thursday, which is an apparent loophole around the ban

    South Australia began the strict six-day hard lockdown on Wednesday.  

    The measures are among the toughest in the world, with only countries such as Argentina, Israel and Venezuela enacting such extreme restrictions.

    Under the lockdown, masks are be mandatory outdoors, schools and universities have shut, along with restaurants, cafes and pubs. 

    Outdoor exercise is banned, as well as takeaway food, and even the state’s construction industry, which was never halted in Victoria.

    Premier Steven Marshall said the state would ‘throw absolutely everything at this, to get on top of the cluster’ at a press conference on Tuesday.

    The lockdown announcement also triggered another round of panic buying as residents flocked to the shops ahead of restrictions.

    Hour long queues also formed outside Covid-19 testing centres after health authorities begged residents to get tested.

    South Australians walk their dogs on the beach on November 18, just hours before lockdown kicked off

    South Australians walk their dogs on the beach on November 18, just hours before lockdown kicked off 

    WHAT WILL CLOSE IN SOUTH AUSTRALIA 

    Universities and all schools except for children of essential workers and vulnerable children 

    Pubs, cafes, coffee shops, food courts and takeaway food 

    Elective surgery except for urgent operations and cancer treatment 

    Open inspections and auctions for real estate 

    All outdoor sport and physical activity 

    Regional travel is not approved

    Aged care and disability residential care will be an lockdown

    Factories other than food and medical products will be closed except for where it is necessary for them to remain open to prevent damage to machinery

    The construction industry

    Holiday homes will not be available for lease or rental

    Weddings and funerals

    Masks will be required in all areas outside the home 

    Only one person per household once a day is allowed to access grocerie

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