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South Africa approves re-opening of restaurants and cinemas

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The Government of South Africa has approved the re-opening of the economy come Monday June 29th 2020.

Among the sectors set to be re-opened include restaurants, cinemas, tourism sectors among many others.

In order to contain the pandemic, the sectors will have to follow all guidelines laid down by the Ministry of Health.

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The measures include checking of temperature, wearing of masks of customers visiting a restaurant unless when eating.

Visitors will also be required to sanitize in addition to ensuring a safe distance is maintained between people and groups.

South Africa is currently the worst hit country in the continent having reported 2,292 deaths and 118,375 cases of coronavirus.

The government has however not lifted the ban on public consumption of alcohol saying those in need of a drink to consume to order from home.


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