JUST IN: South Africa To Further Relax Lockdown On June 1, Alcohol Sales Conditionally Allowed

South African President Cyril Ramaphosa has announced that South Africa will be relaxing the regulations of the COVID-19-induced lockdown on June 1 as the country will be entering into phase 3 from 4.

Addressing the nation on the novel coronavirus on Sunday night, Ramaphosa observed that most sectors of the economy and government departments will be allowed to re-open.

He added that coronavirus hotspots, Johannesburg, Ekurhuleni, eThekwini, Nelson Mandela Bay, Buffalo City, and Cape Town, will be reviewed every 2 weeks.


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Ramaphosa also said that Alcohol sales will be allowed in phase 3 adding that consumption will only be allowed at home and would be on sale on some days during certain hours.

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More: SABC News

 

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JUST IN: South Africa To Further Relax Lockdown On June 1, Alcohol Sales Conditionally Allowed