These eight major restrictions still remain in place

These eight major restrictions still remain in place

 

Make mistake, moving to Level South Africans a freedom that we haven17;t felt in nearly five months. Gone are the days of three-hour exercise windows and store closings, but that doesn17;t mean we17;re out of the woods yet. In fact, there are a number of notable restrictions that will always be in effect in South Africa.

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With , cigarettes and inter-provincial travel all going green starting Tuesday, 17;ll feel like things are returning to a semblance of 20;normalcy.21; Indeed, Level sees almost all sectors and workplaces intensify their operations., even if they must adhere to strict health and hygiene protocols.

The damage to the economy has been significant, and even without the encouraging COVID-19 numbers reported in August, the government had to do something to take the strain off businesses. The changes will be explained in more detail by the National Command Council in the next 36 hours or so.

Last level 2: eight major restrictions remain in place

But, as dazed as we may look at our progress, it essential to note that there are still some very serious restrictions that must be complied with. In total, eight directives remain unchanged in the future:

  • Current restrictions on international travel will remain in place – borders remain closed.
  • “organized gatherings” of 50 people are allowed anywhere in South Africa, including funerals and religious events.
  • Large “social gatherings” are also prohibited at level 2.
  • Spectators cannot attend sports matches.
  • Spectators will not be able to see the artists performing in the indoor arenas.
  • one in South Africa can travel between 10:00 p.m. and 4:00 p.m., as the curfew remains in effect for level 2.
  • South Africans must always wear their masks “every time we leave the house”.
  • Those who can work from home should, and those aged 60 and over with underlying conditions should limit their travel.

 

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