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As South Africa began its 21-day lockdown to cut off the spread of the novel coronavirus the streets of South Africa are eerily quiet.
As South Africa enters a three-week lockdown to curb the spread of Covid-19, government and the private sector are braced for the crippling consequences it will have on our already weak economy. But the measures being put in place can only do so much.
Once lockdown starts it does expect its maintenance programme to be affected.
The money will be used for small businesses and their staff.
Like other simple face masks, they serve as a reminder not to touch your face, just with a touch of fashion – but do not protect against the novel coronavirus.
Delivery fees vary widely, as do the minimum-order amounts above which delivery is free.
Three patients who recently travelled to the Democratic Republic of Congo have tested positive.
Customers will be carded at the entrance.
Some vendors are trying to get away with inflated prices.
The World Health Organisation says that, if the coronavirus starts spreading in your community, anyone with even a mild cough or low-grade fever (37.3 C or more) needs to stay at home.
Schalk Louw points out those fiscal and monetary measures that will likely soften the blow to South African consumers as the country navigates the current crisis.
New Covid-19 imposed deferrals will apply for safety.
The regular flu vaccine won't stop the novel coronavirus – but it can prevent confusion from similar symptoms.
Preggie Hour will be carried out every Monday and Thursday morning from 08:30 to 09:30.
As a result of demand, retailers are now implementing limits on what consumers can purchase as coronavirus panic buying escalates.
A scammer will always find a way to scam.
Going home, if you are a Brit in Cape Town, just got rather expensive.
Canned food, pasta ,and toilet paper are in hot demand in SA. Retailers say there is no prospect of shortages.
Other retailers are seeing an unprecedented and sustained customer demand.
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