Travel at your own risk, Pandor warns

International Relations and Cooperation Minister Naledi Pandor has cautioned South Africans visiting abroad to be aware that lockdowns could happen. Pandor briefed the media on international relations highlights for 2020. Courtesy #DStv403

JOHANNESBURG - International Relations and Cooperation Minister Naledi Pandor has cautioned South Africans visiting abroad to be aware that lockdowns could happen.

This may result in international flights being cancelled.

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Pandor briefed the media on international relations highlights for 2020. 

Countries in the northern hemisphere are encountering a second wave of the pandemic.

"South Africans should be cautious in travelling to these countries as you may become distressed or even destitute abroad," she said.

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"Please do be aware that if you do travel, you travel at your own risk to these countries," she added.

She encouraged travellers to familiarise themselves with the immigration and health entry requirements of the country they are visiting as well as South Africa's entry health requirements during the pandemic.

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