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Live Stream: NCCC to Outline Level 3 Restrictions on Tuesday 29 December

With Level 3 lockdown restrictions reintroduced on Tuesday, the NCCC are set to explain our new laws - and we've got the live stream her...

With Level 3 lockdown restrictions reintroduced on Tuesday, the NCCC are set to explain our new laws - and we've got the live stream here.


Overnight, South Africa has slipped from Level 1 of lockdown to an ‘adjusted version’ of Level 3 restrictions. Booze is off the menu, all gatherings have been shelved, and curfew has been extended to a nine-hour window across the country. The National Coronavirus Command Council (NCCC) will address the nation via a televised broadcast and online live stream today – but what time does it all get underway?


WHAT TIME WILL THE NCCC BRIEFING START ON TUESDAY?

We’re on for a 10:00 start on Tuesday 29 December. The ministers who form part of the NCCC will outline exactly what has changed following Ramaphosa’s emotionally charged speech. We’re expecting to learn more about alcohol restrictions, hot-spot regions, and how crime-fighting authorities will enforce the amended Level 3 laws.

LIVE STREAM: WATCH THE NCCC BRIEFING ON LEVEL 3 LOCKDOWN RESTRICTIONS HERE


[The live stream will appear here in ample time before 10:00 on Tuesday 29 December, depending on what time the feed is made available]


RAMAPHOSA’S LAST-DITCH WARNING FOR SOUTH AFRICANS

On Monday evening, Cyril Ramaphosa pleaded with South Africans to replace any complacency with caution:

This virus takes advantage of our over-confidence. Because we feel healthy now, we think we cannot get sick. Because they seem fine, we believe that nothing bad can happen to our loved ones. As older people, we think it is okay, we are healthy, so we can still go to big religious services, to funerals and socialise with our friends.

As young people, we may feel strong and invincible and believe that we are immune to becoming infected because we are young. As a result, we let down our guard. We take risks. Many of those who have been infected with the virus will tell you how much they regret not taking these precautions when they had the chance.

We can only weather this storm if we immediately and fundamentally change our mindsets. Compliance with the health regulations should not be simply about fearing the wrath of the law. It should not be about reluctant observance or peer pressure. This is about common sense.”Cyril Ramaphosa




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