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Infographic summary of regulations for Alert Level 4 as per Government Gazette, Vol. 658

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On 29th April 2020, The Department of Labour and Employment issued an updated set of regulations for South African as we move in Level 4 of the new alert system, effective 1st  May 2020.

As the country begins to ease some lockdown measures, it is vital that strict limits on movement and gatherings remain in place to ensure continued control of the spread of COVID-19.

The government has released an updated Government Gazette outlining the new regulations. Highlights can be found here.

Please click here to correspond to the updated Government Gazette which outlines the new Level 4 regulations in full.

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