On the last nations address on the 12 of September, Cyril Ramaphosa mentioned that the lockdown restrictions would be reviewed in two weeks time.
The two weeks was due on the 29th of September, however he missed that date, and a statement was released stating that the next review and announcement would be on the 3rd of October.
There were no reasons given why the deadline to announce on the 29yh was missed.
South Africa is currently under level 2 lockdown, there is a possibility that we might go back to level 3 or be brought right down to level 1 for easier restrictions.
There might also be curfew changes and alcohol sale changes. It is important to observe restrictions so that the cvovid 19 positive cases reduce.
It is advised for all individuals to get vaccinated, to achieve here immunity.
Remember to always keep your mask on and watch the nation's address on the 3rd of October.
Source : https://www.businessinsider.co.za/level-2-lockdown-review-now-set-for-3-october-after-26-september-deadline-missed-2021-9
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