What we did in Lock-Down
South Africa went into lock-down due to the COVID-19 pandemic in South Africa. The President of South Africa, Cyril Ramaphosa, declared a national state of disaster and announced measures such as immediate travel restrictions and the closure of schools from 18 March. On 23 March, a national lockdown was announced, starting on 26 March 2020.
Ramaphosa announced that from 1 May 2020, a gradual and phased easing of the lockdown restrictions would begin, lowering the national alert level to 4. From 1 June, the national restrictions were lowered to level 3. The restrictions were lowered to alert level 2 on 17 August 2020. From 21 September 2020 restrictions were lowered to alert level 1. As of October 2020, South Africa has the highest number of COVID-19 cases in Africa and the tenth highest number of confirmed infections worldwide, with a relatively low death rate.
During this time, NCCC worked closely with the Health Authorities, the Police and loved ones of those who needed to start their recovery. So during the lock-down we had more than 50 new arrivals who are doing very well. Check out these pictures of what we got up to!!
Worth mentioning is that we are stiil virus free to this day!!
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