Lockdown level 3: Travel between provinces still prohibited

The National Coronavirus command council will brief the media on the regulations relating to the COVID19 Level 3 restrictions following the announcements made by President Cyril Ramaphosa on Sunday evening.

JOHANNESBURG  - The movement between provinces still remains prohibited under lockdown level 3.

However, those starting work, moving into a new residence, caring for a family member or attending a funeral will be allowed to move.

The announcement was made by Cooperative Governance and Traditional Affairs Minister Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma during a media briefing by the National Coronavirus Command Council.

South Africa moves into level 3 of the lockdown from 1 June.

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Dlamini-Zuma also announced that open travel for teachers and students will be allowed under lockdown level 3 as academic activities are expected to resume.

The curfew for exercise, walking and cycling has been lifted as long as it is not conducted in groups.

Public training and recreational facilities remain closed except those conducting non-contact sporting matches without spectators.

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