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COVID-19: What Cyril Ramaphosa Said At The Family Meeting – 8 Points!

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President Cyril Ramaphosa yesterday addressed South Africans and spoke a lot of concerning Covid-19, how it has affected the country and the next line of action.

The pandemic has really affected lives all the world, not just South Africa and the Government has really done a great job in curtailing the spread of the virus.

Below Are Excerpts From What He Said Yesterday At The Family – 8 Points!

1. Large numbers of people congregating in any one place without proper controls or protocols in place. These festive season restrictions will be reviewed in early January based on the state of the pandemic across the country.

2. The hours of the curfew will be longer, starting at 11 pm and ending at 4 am.

3. Non-essential establishments, including restaurants and bars, will have to close at 10 pm so that staff and patrons can get home before the enforcement of the curfew.

4. The curfew is meant to prevent gatherings that go on late into the night while enabling restaurants, bars and taverns to continue to operate and earn an income.

5. The hours of curfew also apply to Christmas Eve and New Year’s Eve. This means that we will all need to make changes to the way in which we celebrate these occasions.

6. The sale of alcohol from retail outlets will only be permitted between 10 am and 6 pm from Monday to Thursday.

7. Registered wineries & wine farms may continue to offer tastings and wine sales to the public for off-site consumption over weekends.

8. We will not allow large numbers of people congregating in any one place without proper controls or protocols in place. These festive season restrictions will be reviewed in early January based on the state of the pandemic across the country.

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