Level 3 – do’s and don’ts

All of SA is moving to Level 3 from 1 June.

President Ramaphosa announced the softer rules on Sunday.

Here’s what level 3 means for you.

What’s allowed

•Selling alcohol at certain times for home use 

•Work, under certain safety conditions

•School. You can keep children home if you’re worried about infection, but may have to re-register them next year

•Wholesale and retail, including spaza shops

•Take-aways 

•Clothing sales

•Funerals with up to 50 people

•Movement at night – no more curfew

•Outdoor exercise at any time.

What’s not

•Tobacco

•Bars, taverns, beauty salons and hairdressers 

•Social, religious, sporting and entertainment gatherings

•Travel between provinces

•Hairdressers and nail salons

•Gyms and fitness centres