4 lockdown rules South Africans should know about


As South Africa prepares for the move to level 3 lockdown from 1 June, a number of government departments have published new directives to assist with the transition.

The latest directive from health minister Dr Zweli Mkhize, published on Monday (25 May), primarily deals with South Africans who have died from the coronavirus.

It sets out the rules for the handling of mortal remains as well as the measures one should follow if someone has died at home.

In a grim inclusion, the directive also makes provision for ‘high-risk situations’ where remains are not claimed within a certain…



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