Adjusted Level 2 Regulations

South Africa has now been placed under the Adjusted level 2 lockdown regulations

The changes come into effect from 00:00 on 12 September 2021

Please note that there is a nationwide curfew from 11pm to 4pm

Mask wearing is MandatoryWearing a cloth mask or similar covering the nose and mouth is mandatory in public
Any person who does not wear a mask in public will be committing an offence
FuneralsFunerals are restricted to a maximum of 50 people Night vigils are not permitted
All social distancing regulations are to be adhered to
GatheringsGatherings will be permitted Limited to 250 people indoors
Limited to 500 people outdoors
Not more than 50% capacity will be permitted in a confined space
Where the venue is too small to accommodate these numbers with the appropriate social distancing, then no more than 50% capacity of the venue may be used Health protocols must be observed at gatherings, including maintaining a distance of at least 1.5 metres
AlcoholAlcohol sales are permitted between 10am – 18:00 Monday to Friday for off-site consumption
On-site consumption will be permitted as per establishment’s alcohol license Establishments may sell alcohol until 22:00
Beaches, Dams, Public Pools, Lagoons and National ParksBeaches, dams, public pools, lagoons and national parks will remain open to the public Alcohol consumption is strictly prohibited
Restaurants, bars and tavernsPermitted to operate Permitted to sell alcohol until 8pm only Maximum of 50 people allowed To close by 22:00
GymsPermitted to operate Maximum 50 people allowed To close by 22:00
Strict protocols to be followed
Night clubsAll night clubs are to remain closed
CurfewIndividuals will only be allowed out of the places of residences during these times in the case of medical emergency or in order to perform an essential service