COVID-19 in SA | KZN urges holidaymakers to comply with regulations

Our beaches are known to attract holidaymakers during this time of year. With the country battling the fourth wave, there’s concerns they could become super spreaders. eNCA speaks to eThekwini Municipality’s Chairperson of the festive season Management Committee, Malcolm Canham. Courtesy #DStv403

DURBAN - The eThekwini Municipality is urging residents to adhere to COVID-19 regulations.

Tons of people are flocking to the beach this festive season.

With the country battling the fourth wave, there are concerns overcrowding could hamper the fight against coronavirus.

READ: Cape Town authorities vow to ensure COVID-19 compliance

eThekwini Municipality's Malcolm Canham said: "We have to mitigate against the spread and eThekwini becoming a super spreader.

"We’re encouraging everyone to obey the COVID-19 protocols. Regulations are clear, mask wearing is important.

"Social distancing at the beach….we appeal for sensibility. If we determine that beaches are over-crowded, there’s going to be a problem. We have a plan in place."


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