Cyril Ramaphosa moves SA to level 4



President Cyril Ramaphosa has moved the nation to alert level 4.

On the 15th of June, the President moved the country to level 3, hoping it will curb the spread of the virus.

Speaking with the nation on Sunday night, Cyril said the country will move to level 4 for 14 days.

”To contain the massive surge in infections, South Africa will be moving to Alert Level 4 for a period of 14 days. Additional restrictions will be in place from tomorrow, 28th June 2021.”

Under level 4, gatherings have been banned.

”All social, religious, political, and other #gatherings of any size are prohibited. Restaurants & other eateries may only serve food for takeaway or delivery. Outside of work, you should only meet with members of your household.”

“The new #curfew hours will be from 9pm to 4am. Apart from permitted workers, no person may be outside their place of residence during curfew.”

Employees are expected to work from home, except if their work requires that they appear to the office physically.

”All public and private #schools will close early for the winter break. Schools will start to close from Wednesday, 30 June.”

Concerning alcohol ban, the President said, “To ease pressure on our hospitals, the sale of #alcohol will be prohibited for on-site or off-site consumption for 14 days.”

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