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Alert Level 2

Reduced Restrictions. A further easing of COVID-19 restrictions will permit more sectors to operate at Alert Level 2. This easing will be when South Africa has a moderate virus spread with a high level of health sector readiness.

Currently, the Western Cape is under Alert Level 1.

 

WHAT PERMIT DO I NEED IF I HAVE TO WORK AFTER THE 10PM CURFEW?


 WHAT PERMIT DO I NEED IF I HAVE TO WORK AFTER THE 10PM CURFEW? If you need to be outside your place of residence between 10pm and 4am to perform a service permitted under Alert Level 2, then you need to carry a permit with you. Click here to...

DO I NEED ANY DOCUMENTATION IF I AM RETURNING TO WORK UNDER ALERT LEVEL 2?


DO I NEED ANY DOCUMENTATION IF I AM RETURNING TO WORK UNDER ALERT LEVEL 2? To return to work under Alert Level 2 you do not require a permit unless you need to be outside your house for work purposes after curfew. PERMIT TO PERFORM AN...

AM I PERMITTED TO BE OUTSIDE MY HOUSE DURING CURFEW HOURS FOR WORK?


AM I PERMITTED TO BE OUTSIDE MY HOUSE DURING CURFEW HOURS FOR WORK?   Yes, you are. According to the Level 2 Disaster Management Regulations, you may leave your residence between 10pm and 4am if you have a Permit to Perform an...

WHICH BUSINESSES ARE NOT PERMITTED TO OPERATE UNDER ALERT LEVEL 2?


Which businesses are not permitted to operate under Alert Level2? The following economic activities are still not permitted: Night clubs. International passenger air travel for leisure purposes. Passenger ships for international...

What personal movement is allowed under Alert Level 2?


The following personal movement is allowed under Alert Level 2. Interprovincial travel is permitted Stay at home, other than essential travel for work and to purchase goods. Mandatory use of cloth masks (including home-made ones to...

What businesses are allowed to operate under Alert Level 2?


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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