[GRAPHICS] Advanced lockdown level 3 at a glance
On Wednesday night President Cyril Ramaphosa announced to the nation that Cabinet has decided to ease further restrictions.
Restaurants will be allowed to host sit-down meals, commercially-licensed accommodation facilities but not home-sharing Airbnb-style accommodation, conference facilities, cinemas and theatres, casinos, and personal care services which include hairdressers and beauty services.
Non-contact sports such as golf, tennis, and cricket are allowed but contact sports allowed for training purposes only.
See the graphic below:
President Cyril Ramaphosa announced that the country will move to lockdown level 3 from 1 June and on Thursday the national Command Council presented details of the new level.
Scroll to see the summary of alert level 3 below:
Scroll below to see the regulations of lockdown level 3:
Graphics courtesy of The Presidency of the Republic of South Africa
This article has been updated
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