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Gauteng and Western Cape Premiers say the will monitor inter -provincial travel

Inter-provincial travel is allowed under level 2 lockdown , Gauteng and Western Cape government said they will increase effort to monitor the movement of people entering the provinces to avoid more spread of Covid 19 ,by checking people wearing a mask and testing them at tolls and border .

From Tuesday South Africa will be allowed to travel between provinces.,but we are still under lockdown with rules in place.With relaxed regulations in place to boost the economy in tourism industry,but concerns us raised about a second wave of Covid 19 infections.Premier David Makhura said that the province would remain on high alert to contain possible outbreaks.His spokesperson Vuyo Mhaga said that travelers will still have to keep the rules of the country , while the Western Cape Premier Allen Winde said it was now up to the public to adhere to regulations.

What this mean is that we can do this responsibility,we continue with social distance, wearing masks and hand sanitising.,then we will look back at how to push the curfew even further.

Some restrictions will stay in place like night time curfew between 10 pm and 4 am.,and the limit of people who are allowed at gatherings.

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