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RRISK ADJUSTED NATIONAL LOCKDOWN
- Implications of risk adjusted lockdown level one for the tourism industry
- What domestic travel is allowed under Level 1 of the risk adjusted strategy?
- When will South Africa open its borders for international travel?
- Which countries will be prohibited from travelling to South Africa for leisure purposes?
- What type of travel is allowed for people of countries who are on the prohibited travel list?
- How has South Africa classified the risk levels for international leisure travel?
- What documents are required upon entry at South African international airports?
- What is the screening processes at the three South African airports?
- What is the process for travellers from the African continent?
- What establishments are allowed to operate?
- What health and safety protocols must establishments put in place?
- Are land borders open?
- What are the entrance requirements for international visitors coming into South Africa?
- What are the regulations around Gatherings?
UUPDATE: 24 March 2020
UPDATE: 23 March 2020
UPDATE: 21 March 2020
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