The event takes place from 30 November to 5 December and organisers say that they have put a number of measures and safety protocols into place
Matriculants wishing to attend will be required to show proof of their government approved Covid 19 vaccine card ( organisers will verify this through the DOH's Electronic Vaccination Data System). Organisers also say that they will make use of World Health Organisation (WHO)and South African Health Products Regulatory Authority (SAHPRA) approved Rapid Antigen tests. In addition to this, all staff will need to be fully vaccinated and will be tested on a daily basis before entry. All attendees of the will be tested on the first, third and last day of the five day festival.
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