The distribution of water has been centralised, and the command centre will be situated at Rand Water in Johannesburg. Minister of Human Settlement Lindiwe Sisulu says places in need will be identified by municipalities.
She said water tankers will be placed at central points during the lockdown period to facilitate access to clean water during the lockdown. Ministers representing the coronavirus National Command Council (NCC) on Thursday updated the nation on the revised lockdown regulations.
Cogta Minister Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma said the COVID-19 regulations will continue to be revised in response to the changing conditions of the pandemic. Funerals are not prohibited gatherings during the lockdown.
Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma outlines people that are allowed to travel between provinces for funerals. This includes close relatives such as children, parents, grandparents, siblings and people that are closely affiliated to the deceased. #21daysLockdownSouthAfrica #Day7OfLockdown pic.twitter.com/wnNaAs2kj5
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Dlamini-Zuma made clarifications about the regulations, stating people digging the graves are not part of the 50 people allowed to attend the funeral. One of the amendments is that cellphone numbers of passengers using public transport to make it easier to trace passengers. South Africans who are outside the country but want to come back to attend a funeral will be allowed to return.
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