Please note the resumption of Level 3 #lockdown as of midnight, including a national #curfew change, which is now daily from 21h00 until 06h00.. 🌍💥
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President Cyril Ramaphosa has announced that the country will return to an adjusted version of level three of the coronavirus lockdown - amid a surge in the virus. The level three restrictions will remain in force until the 15th of January next year - when they will be reviewed. They include a prohibition of indoor and outdoor meetings and the curfew being extended from 9pm to 6am. The new, more infectious variant of the virus appears to be fuelling the second wave of the pandemic. He was addressing the nation on the status of the pandemic in South Africa after a meeting of the Coronavirus Command Council at the weekend. President Ramaphosa says non-essential establishments must be closed earlier. Restaurants are to close at 20h00. President Ramaphosa says the adjusted level three lockdown includes the closure of beaches, dams, lakes, parks and swimming pools in hotspot districts. However, National Parks where control measures are in place can remain open. The president has also announced the suspension of alcohol sales again.