Lockdown Level 4 Movement and Permit Amendments

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The following amendment has been added:

18)

a) Schools and institutions of higher education must be closed for contact classes from 30 June 2021.

b) The closure of schools as contemplated in paragraph (a) does not apply to the winter vacation learner support program for grade 11 and 12 learners as organized by provincial education departments, districts, or schools, subject to observing strict compliance with all health protocols and social distancing measures.

21)

Subsection 2 stated that any business premises including but not limited to stores, grocers, supermarkets, and pharmacies– and all businesses that are allowed to remain open – must limit the number of people inside to 50% of floor space. This includes customers and employees.

Subsection 2 has been deleted.

Subsection 12 previous stated:

Hotels, lodges, bed and breakfast, timeshare facilities, resorts and guest houses are allowed to have 50% capacity of the available rooms for accommodation, with patrons wearing face masks and observing a distance of at least one and a half meters from each other when in common spaces.

Subsection 12 has been amended and now states:

Hotels, lodges, bed and breakfast, timeshare facilities, resorts and guest houses are allowed to have full capacity of the available rooms for accommodation, with patrons wearing face masks and observing a distance of at least one and a half meters from each other when in common spaces.

29)

The Sale and transportation of Alcohol to the public was previously banned however the transportation of liquor is now permitted from manufacturing plants to storage facilities, and from any licensed premises for safekeeping.

Government Gazette, 27 June 2021. Download the Gazette here.

Adjusted level 4. Download the Gazette here

Permit to travel to perform a service. Download permit here.

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