New lockdown Regulations: it appears Government is easing restrictions

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New lockdown Regulations: it appears Government is easing restrictions.

These new Regulations must be read with the Regulations already in place.

Amendments include:

– the transportation of liquor is still prohibited, except where alcohol is required for industries producing hand sanitizers, cleaning products and alcohol for industrial use;

– stores selling hardware products and vehicle components may open, provided that the essential goods purchased at such stores are required for ’emergency repair work’ and subject to a declaration by the buyer;

– services such as plumbers, electricians and locksmiths may open, provided they are rendering ’emergency repair work’;

– mines may operate at a reduced capacity (50%), with workers requiring rigorous screening and testing upon return to work;

– all collieries that supply Eskom must continue to operate at full capacity;

– refineries must operate at full capacity to avoid a shortage of fuel;

– no person may be evicted from their place of residence; and

– where a parent or caregiver is transporting a child, they must have in their possession the court order or the parental responsibilities and rights agreement or parenting plan or the birth certificate or a certified copy of the birth certificate of the child or children, as required in the circumstances.

Find the new Regulations at the link below:

https://deabreuandcohen.co.za/wp-content/uploads/2020/04/Lockdown-Regulations-16-April-2020.pdf

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