South African Covid-19 Update

The Adjusted level 4 lockdown regulations have been extended.

The changes come into effect from 00:00am on 12 July 2021 until 25 July 2021

Please note that there is a nationwide curfew from 9pm to 4pm

South Africans are urged to avoid travelling unnecessarily.

Mandatory Mask Wearing –       Wearing a cloth mask or similar covering the nose and mouth is mandatory in public

–       Any person who does not wear a mask in public will be committing an offence

Funerals –       Funerals are restricted to a maximum of a 50 people

–       Night vigils are not permitted

–       All social distancing regulations are to be adhered to

Gatherings –       Limited to 50 people indoors

–       Limited to 100 people outdoors

–       Not more than 50% capacity will be permitted in a confined space

Alcohol –       Alcohol sales are strictly prohibited
Beaches, dams, public parks, pools, lagoons and national parks –       Beaches, dams, public parks, pools, lagoons and national parks will remain open to the public

–       National

–       Alcohol consumption is strictly prohibited

Restaurants –       Permitted to operate

–       Maximum 50 people allowed, size dependent

–       To close by 8pm

Schools –       Schools will remain closed until 26 July 2021
Tertiary education –       Tertiary institutions will remain closed until 26 July 2021
Gyms –       Gyms are permitted to operate

–       Strict protocols to be followed

Travelling –       Travelling for leisure purposes in and out o Gauteng will be prohibited

–       Inter-provincial travel will e allowed outside of the work/business environment

–       South Africans should only meet with members of the same household