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During this time of Lockdown, while many of the things we regularly enjoy doing are limited, we have decided to use our platform to bring you up to date information about the lockdown and Covid 19 in your area. Soon we shall be adding some extra functionality related to food and other nice things which are still available within the context of this situation. Stay safe out there folks ✌️

Lockdown Info in Cape Town

Previous

Level 3

HOT SPOT

Level Set from 

Cape Town (Metro

Since 2020-06-01

Current

Level 3 (Advanced)

Level Set from 

South Africa (National

Since 2020-06-25

View rules for level

Level 3 (Advanced)

Categories

Movies and Theatre

Regulated

Limitations

To be aligned to limitations on the gathering of people

Restaurants

Regulated

Regulations

Ensure that customers or guests wear masks at all times while they are on their premises except when eating or drinking;

Sit down meals - linked to stringent safety requirements that will need to be put in place and protocols will need to be strictly adhered to for these activities to remain open. - screening questionnaire for customers - enforce 1.5m distancing - no buffets, only plated food per single person - menus sanitised after each guest use - tables sanitised after each guest

Ensure that an area is demarcated for the collection of orders for delivery that is separate from the place where food is prepared; Ensure that a contactless pickup zone for customers whose orders are ready to be collected is designated;

Restaurants, fast food outlets and coffee shops must keep a daily record of the full names, ID number or passport number, nationality, nature of position (i.e. temporary, casual or permanent), residential address, and cell phone numbers of all employees and delivery persons;

Only sell alcohol for consumption off-premises

Tobacco Products

Not Allowed

Alcohol

Not Allowed

Regulations

The sale and distribution of alcohol was suspended on 12 July 2020

Beach

Regulated

Bars

Not Allowed

And Shebeens

Events

Regulated

Sporting or Entertainment

Limitations

Professional non-contact sports match, which may only include players, match officials, journalists and medical and television crew

Non-contact sports such as golf, tennis, cricket and others. Contact sports will be allowed only for training and modified activities with restricted use of facilities.

Cinemas and theatres, to be aligned to limitations on the gathering of people

Conferences and meetings for business purposes and in line with restrictions on public gatherings.

Covid19 Stats around Cape Town

Western Cape Covid Stats

Last Update:

 2020-08-09

Cases

Total

99959

Active

9883

Recovered

86677

Deaths

3399

South Africa Covid Stats

Last Update:

 2020-08-09

Cases

Total

559858

Active

138303

Recovered

411147

Deaths

10408

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