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South Africa close borders due to Covid-19

The South African government have just released that borders around the country will be closed.

Last night President Ramaphosa announced that the COVID-19 outbreak has been declared a national state of disaster in terms of the Disaster Management Act. This is in recognition of its magnitude and severity in our country.

As of 18 March South Africa is imposing a travel ban on foreign nationals from high-risk countries such as Italy, Iran, South Korea, Spain, Germany, the United States, the United Kingdom and China.

Below are the ports of entries due to be closed:

Namibia:
Alexanderbay
Sendelingsdrfit
Onseepkans
Rietfontein
Botswana
Bray
Derdepoort
Mc Carthys Rest
Middelputs
Makopong
Makgobistad
Platjan
Pondrift
Stockpoort
Swartkopfontein
Tweerivieren
Zanzibar
Gemsbok

Mozambique
Pafuri
Kosibay
Giriyondo
Eswatini
Bothashoop
Emahlatini
Josefsdal
Nerston
Onverwacht
Waverley

Lesotho
Boesmansnek
Makhaleng
Ongeluksnek
Pekabridge
Ramatsiliso
Sanipass
Sephaphusgate
Tellebridge
Mononsthapass

2 Seaports
Mosselbay
Saldanha

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