In the Republic of South Africa, new types of coronavirus restrictions have been reduced from the third level to the first level.
Cyril Ramaphosa, President of the Republic of South Africa, in his address to the nation, announced that the restrictions have been reduced from the third level to the first level as of this week.
Within the scope of the decisions taken, a curfew will be imposed from midnight to 04:00. Ramaphosa announced that religious, political and cultural programs will be allowed provided that social distance is maintained and COVID-19 rules are followed.
Stating that the programs will be limited to 100 people in indoor areas and 250 people in open areas, Ramaphosa emphasized that the use of masks will continue to be mandatory all over the country.
67 thousand health workers were vaccinated in 10 days
Ramaphosa announced that 67 thousand healthcare workers were vaccinated against coronavirus in the last 10 days.
In the Republic of South Africa, the number of cases increased to 1 million 512 thousand 225 and the total loss of life to 49 thousand 941.
Sharing the information that there are 49 vaccine centers across the country, Ramaphosa drew attention to the decrease in COVID-19 cases and death rates.