Update Tuesday 11am: Statement from South Australian police.
"South Australia Police is currently working on the details of what these controls and restrictions will be; including who is exempt from these travel restrictions.
"People who live or work near or across the border and wish to seek an exemption should email email@example.com and include as much information as possible in the email.
"SAPOL is experiencing high call volumes to 131 444 and 'Triple Zero' from people seeking information about border controls. We ask the public to instead monitor South Australia Police on social media or go to the website for updates and information."
Sunday: ALL people entering South Australia will be required to spend 14 days in self-isolation from 4pm Tuesday onwards.
However Wimmera residents living near the border may be exempt from the new measures coming in to slow the spread of coronavirus.
On Sunday, Premier Steven Marshall announced the move would be supported by border control.
"Exemptions will apply for essential transport including health and medical supplies, and health personnel and patients, food and commercial supply chains (i.e. the carrying of goods), health workers, near border interactions, travel of a relative/carer of a dependent individual, and for emergency services," the South Australian government said in a statement.
The Mail-Times has contacted the South Australian government for clarification on what "near border interactions" entails.
Amanda Munn works as West Wimmera Shire Council's events and volunteer engagement officer in Kaniva, though has lived in Bordertown, South Australia for the past 20 years.
"The information I have received is as of 4pm Tuesday, because I work one side and live the other, they will take your details and you will be allowed to cross back and forth," she said.
"I imagine if something happened, if we had someone test positive, they would close the border and you would work from home. That is something I can do.
"I go to the doctor in Kaniva and all my family live there - I grew up in Minimay - so I have wondered whether I would be better off to stay on the Victorian side. It's almost laughable to think you'd ever have to make those sort of decisions.
"There are huge amounts of people affected from Kaniva and Bordertown that travel both ways, so it will be interesting to see how it all plays out."
Do you travel to South Australia regularly for work or education? Send us a letter.
While you're with us, you can now receive updates straight to your inbox twice weekly from the Wimmera Mail-Times. To make sure you're up-to-date with all the news from across the Wimmera, sign up below.
More to come.