Log inLog Out
Local NewsEntertainmentRelationshipLifestyleTechnology
South Africa orders night curfew, bans alcohol as COVID-19 cases increase

mynAn

July. 13, 2020

President of South Africa, Cyril Ramaphosa has announced reinforcement of night curfew as cases of coronavirus increase in the country.
Ramaphosa on Sunday announced that as from July 13th, there would be a night curfew from 9pm-4am.
He also extended the national “state of disaster” until Aug. 12.
“We are now recording well over 12,000 cases every day,” he said.
He further made wearing of face masks compulsory, adding that too many South Africans were now relaxing after restrictions were eased.
“Also face masks will be compulsory in public places and a ban on the sale of alcohol will be reintroduced,” Ramaphosa said in a Sunday evening address to the nation.
NEWS: COVID-19: Lagos records 3 new deaths, 2,064 patients yet to report for treatment
As of Sunday, South Africa has recorded 276,242 coronavirus cases.
The nationwide lockdown were gradually eased in May and June which has been met with daily records of Coronavirus cases.
Don't be copycat, fashion out local approaches to tackle COVID-19 - Alao tells Oyo's Makinde Coronavirus: South-Africa Government to relax five-week lockdown from May 1 Osun govt extends lockdown, gives reasons COVID-19: South Africa records first 2 deaths as cases exceed 1000 Akwa Ibom govt relaxes lockdown, makes face mask compulsory in public places Osun confirms 12 new cases of COVID-19, tests 167 suspects
0
Comments
Sign in to post a message
You're the first to comment.
Say something
Recommend
Log in