Updated level 4 lockdown rules – ​Accommodation establishments to operate at 100% capacity in terms of rooms available

Minister of Cooperative Governance and Traditional Affairs (COGTA) Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma has published an amendment to the country’s adjusted level 4  lockdown regulations, clarifying a number of key issues.

The latest gazette, published on 29 June 2021, states that:

  • Hotels, lodges, timeshare facilities, resorts, guest houses and bed-and-breakfasts are able to operate at full capacity in terms of rooms available for accommodation, subject to strict adherence to all relevant protocols and related measures.
  • The transportation of liquor is now permitted from manufacturing plants to storage facilities, and from any licensed premises for safe-keeping.

To read the updated regulations please click here. To watch the media briefing by the National Coronavirus Command Council on  the COVID-19 Level 4 regulations, click here.

To view the original gazette published on 28 June, click here and to read the President’s speech click here.


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