COVID-19 in SA: Not wearing a mask in public is a crime

COVID-19 in SA: Not wearing a mask in public is a crime

2020-07-13 04:02:00 PM

COVID-19 in SA: Not wearing a mask in public is a crime

President Cyril Ramaphosa scolded the country for flouting regulations.

"It has made the lives of members of the public difficult including law enforcement officers' lives very difficult if peopel are not wearing a mask in a particular place."- Coronavirus Hotline Number: 0800 029 999 from 8am to 4pm, Monday to Friday

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Help protect your loved ones by sharing this officialwith your family, friends and community.Send HI to 0600 123 456 on WhatsApp.The NICD has another Clinician Hotline to improve #COVID19 communication and support for healthcare providers. The Clinician Hotline is 0800 11 1131, operating 24 hrs. The Public Hotline is 0800 029 999 also operating 24hrs.

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