SA ready to enter a new phase of the Covid-19 Pandemic
Friday, 25th March 2022
South Africa is ready to enter a new phase in the management of the Covid-19 Pandemic, this is according to President Cyril Ramaphosa as he recently provided updates on the country's response to the Covid-19 Pandemic.
He said the country's two-year-long national state of disaster will be in place until at least 16 April to allow for public comments on new health regulations.
Eased restrictions to be effective from Wednesday, 23 March 2022. Key changes to restrictions include the following:
Venues are allowed to be at 50% capacity, provided people are vaccinated or a COVID test not older than 72 hours; masks no longer required outdoors and social distancing to be 1 metre between people except for schools.
Travellers to South Africa need to produce negative PCR tests, obtained within 72-hours of their arrival in South Africa.
For more Covid-19 updates, visit: www.sacoronavirus.co.za