Under what circumstances may I travel between provinces under Alert Level 3?

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Published: June 26, 2020

May I travel between provinces under Alert Level 3?

Under Alert Level 3, movement of people between provinces are prohibited, except for:

  • Travel in the course of work permitted under Level 3.
    • Documentation required: Form 2 of Annexure A. Click here for more information.
  • Moving to a new place of residence.
    • Documentation required: Affidavit corresponding to Form 6 of Annexure A. CLICK HERE TO DOWNLOAD
  • Caring for an immediate family member.
    • Documentation required: Affidavit corresponding to Form 6 of Annexure A. CLICK HERE TO DOWNLOAD
  • Members of Parliament performing oversight.
  • Learners or students who have to commute to and from schools or institutions of higher learning.
    • Documentation required: Learners or students must be issued with a certificate which corresponds with Form 3A of Annexure A in the Regulations, by the head of his or her school or institution of higher learning, or a person delegated by him or her, that the learner or student attends that school or institution of higher learning for purposes of travel between provinces. This certificate must contain the name and address of the school or institution of higher learning and the particulars of the learner or student concerned.
    • A person transporting a learner or student must be issued with a permit, corresponding to Form 3B of Annexure A in the Regulations, by the head of the school or institution of higher learning as contemplated above, or a person delegated to do so, allowing him or her to transport learners or students to and from the school or institution.
  • Attendance of funerals, in accordance with the Directions
    • Documentation required: A permit that corresponds to Form 4 of Annexure A in the Regulations of 29 April 2020, obtained from nearest magistrate’s office or a police station.
  • Transportation of mortal remains.
  • Obtaining medical treatment.
  • Persons who are returning to their place of residence from a quarantine or isolation facility; or
  • Movement related to permitted travel across national borders.

 

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