President Cyril Ramaphosa addresses the nation tonight.
JOHANNESBURG - South Africa remains on lockdown Alert Level 1.
President Cyril Ramaphosa made the announcement on Sunday evening.
The president assured South Africans, "we will implement our national resurgence plan to ensure that hospitals and other medical facilities are ready for the fourth wave."
Ramaphosa said the government has started the process of amending health regulations to review the use of the Disaster Management Act, with a view to ultimately lifting the National State of Disaster.
The president said infection rates and hospitalisation over the coming days will be monitored and reviewed in another week.
Ramaphosa encouraged South Africans to vaccinate against COVID-19.
The curfew remains from 12 am ending at 4 am.
Public gatherings are restricted to 750 people indoors and 2,000 people outdoors.
The sale of alcohol for onsite and offsite consumption is permitted according to license conditions.
President #Ramaphosa: A decision was taken that the country should remain on Coronavirus Alert #Level1 for now and that the National State of Disaster should remain in place. pic.twitter.com/Nb39mmv2gm— Presidency | South Africa (@PresidencyZA) November 28, 2021