Industry briefing by MEC David Maynier on Omicron Variant

On Sunday, 28 November 2021, President Cyril Ramaphosa addressed the nation on the new variant of the coronavirus identified by scientists in South Africa. The World Health Organisation (WHO) named it Omicron and declared it a ‘variant of concern’.

In light of the developments regarding the re-imposition of international travel restrictions on South Africa, MEC David Maynier briefed the Tourism Industry on Tuesday, 30 November 2021.


Vaccination Data as of 30 November 2021 – Presentation by Dr. Melvin Moodley (Director: Health Intelligence – Western Cape Government Health)

Cape Town Air Access Airline Flight Schedule Update – Presentation by Mr. Paul Van den Brink (Project Manager: Cape Town Air Access – Wesgro)

Related Links

Traveller FAQs – Access to updated flight schedules.

Safe travels – Access to the safe travels website.


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