What personal movement is allowed under Alert Level 2?

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Published: May 14, 2020

The following personal movement is allowed under Alert Level 2.

  1. Interprovincial travel is permitted
  2. Stay at home, other than essential travel for work and to purchase goods.
  3. Mandatory use of cloth masks (including home-made ones to cover nose and mask) and ensure hand hygiene when in public and at workplace.
  4. Emergencies for medical reasons.
  5. Those who have an exemption to travel for funerals
  6. South Africans returning home and foreign nationals leaving South Africa
  7. Elderly and persons with co-morbidities are encouraged to self-isolate and only leave home for exceptional reasons.
  8. Social distancing (2m away from other persons) to be applied in public when, shopping, visiting health facilities (pharmacies, clinics etc.),
  9. Walking, jogging and cycling permitted
  10. Social distancing when using public and private transport, as per transport guidelines
  11. All public gatherings are prohibited
  12. Stores to ensure that there is temperature screening of patrons, hand sanitisers available and measures to facilitate social distancing. Where the number of customers cannot be accommodated at once then measures such a ticket system and time limits per customer should be implemented instead of the physical queuing of customers.
  13. Curfews will be implemented between 8pm and 5am

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