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COVID-19 screening steps eased for domestic travellers at SA airports – CapeTalk

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Health screenings and questionnaires will be scrapped for domestic travellers as the Port Health Services refocus on international flights.

The Health Department’s Port Health Services has confirmed that it will no longer be providing Covid-19 screening services for domestic departures at South Africa’s major airports.

Pam Masilela, the Deputy Director of Port Health Services says a decision was then taken to redirect the resources back to international travel following a risk assessment.

Listen to the discussion on Cape Talk’s Afternoon Drive with John Maytham, here.

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