The lockdown, which kept people in South Australia at home and the majority of businesses shut, was imposed earlier this week after false information provided to contact tracers by a man who tested positive raised fears of mass infections.
"They're going to be in place through to 1 December, so we need people to listen, know those restrictions and abide by them very strictly through to 1 December and any restrictions that might be in place thereafter".
South Australia will end its "circuit breaker" lockdown tonight, three days earlier than officially planned, after it was discovered that a man connected to a recent outbreak lied to contact tracers.
South Australia's six-day lockdown will be lifted after just three days, following new information about the Parafield cluster.More news: Google Maps reveals best times for grocery shopping, restaurants to avoid crowds
South Australian premier Steven Marshall called for the lockdown off the back of the story, with health officials suspecting that the man must have caught the virus from brief exposure - and therefore the strain must be highly contagious. Stevens said a team reviewing information provided by the man to contract tracers wasn't satisfied with "the feeling they got from this".
"I know that many South Australians would be absolutely delighted that the stay-at-home order has now been released".
Police will provide a comprehensive briefing on the investigation into the pizza shop on Monday, Mr Marshall said.
Premier Marshall told Australian broadcaster ABC that the task force was set up to "look at all and every aspect of the evidence that was provided and the consequences that have ensued from there". However, they found that he had worked shifts at the shop where he was infected while working with a security guard who had contracted the virus at the Peppers Waymouth quarantine hotel in Adelaide's CBD.More news: Tigray forces fire three rockets into neighbouring region of Ethiopia
That is because, according to the state's police commissioner, Grant Stevens, there is "no penalty associated with telling lies".
'To say I am fuming about the actions of this individual is an absolute understatement. "This selfish actions of this individual have put our whole state in a very hard situation".
"Everybody regrets the actions that we have had to take", he said.
"The expert health advice we have received is that we are still managing a very unsafe cluster and although we are reducing those restrictions, we are still very concerned about this cluster".More news: Britain hopes Christmas can be saved as COVID cases flatten
Masks are mandatory for hairdressers and beauty therapists but residents will no longer be required to wear a face covering when in public.