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Alert Level 1

Minimum restrictions. When South Africa shows a low virus spread and a high level of health sector readiness, there will be a movement towards Alert Level 1.

Currently, the Western Cape is under Alert Level 1.

 

We have developed a range of toolkits for each level of lockdown to assist you as a business.

AM I PERMITTED TO BE OUTSIDE MY HOUSE DURING CURFEW HOURS FOR WORK DURING ALERT LEVEL 1 IN South Africa?


Am I permitted to be outside my house during curfew hours for work during Alert Level 1 in South Africa? Yes, you are. According to the Level 1 Disaster Management Regulations, you may leave your residence between 12pm and 4am if you have...

WHAT PERMIT DO I NEED IF I HAVE TO WORK AFTER THE 12PM CURFEW UNDER ALERT LEVEL 1?


 WHAT PERMIT DO I NEED IF I HAVE TO WORK AFTER THE 12PM CURFEW UNDER ALERT LEVEL 1? If you need to be outside your place of residence between 12pm and 4am to perform a service permitted under Alert Level 1, then you need to carry a permit with...

Which activities are specially prohibited under Alert Level 1 in South Africa?


Which activities are specially prohibited under Alert Level 1 in South Africa? Night vigils. Night clubs. The 35 land borders that remain closed. Initiation practices. Passenger ships for international leisure purposes. ...

Can I travel to South Africa under Alert Level 1?


Can I travel to South Africa under Alert Level 1? The Government of South Africa has announced that it will begin to partially open its borders from 1 October 2020. All travellers from the African Continent will be allowed, as well as other...

What personal movement is allowed under Alert Level 1?


The following personal movement is allowed under Alert Level 1 No limitation on personal movement but persons are encouraged to limit movement to essential travel Mandatory use of cloth masks (including home-made ones to cover nose and...

What businesses may operate under Alert Level 1?


All COVID-19 health and safety protocols must be followed at all times, including observance of guidelines for social distancing, sanitation and hygiene, and use of appropriate personal protective equipment, like cloth face masks, as determined...

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