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Experts warn festive season travellers to adhere to Covid-19 safety protocols amid second wave

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Commuters Verona Naidoo and her daughter, Cammy Naidoo (6), catching a taxi. PHOTO: Moeketsi Mamane
Commuters Verona Naidoo and her daughter, Cammy Naidoo (6), catching a taxi. PHOTO: Moeketsi Mamane

Experts have advised festive season travellers to "stay in their bubbles" while practicing the same Covid-19 prevention measures they would at home, but warned that if they cannot be careful, they should stay at home amid a second wave of infections.

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According to Professor Glenda Gray, the president of the South African Medical Research Council (SAMRC) and former member of the Ministerial Advisory Committee (MAC), travellers should take care, know who they are traveling with and to keep within their "bubbles".

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