south Africa relaxes the tough restrictions that have been introduced in order to curb the coronasmitten.
Much to suggest that south Africa has seen the top of the coronaudbruddet, says president Cyril Ramaphosa on Saturday.
It means that the government is now lifting the ban on sale of tobacco and alcohol. Restaurants and bars can re-open, and the south africans can once again travel between the country's provinces.
south Africa is ready to go to phase two of the reopening, says Ramaphosa in a speech on tv.
- It means that we can remove almost all restrictions on the resumption of economic activity in most industries, he says.
south Africa introduced earlier in the coronaudbruddet some of the world's most stringent measures. It came to pass, when the country had only found a few hundred smittetilfælde.
despite the shutdown dispersed the virus quickly.
south Africa is number five on the list of the countries in the world that has detected the highest number of infected.
Since the eruption's beginning is almost the 580,000 people confirmed infected in south Africa. Of them is 11.556 dead, shows a statement from Johns Hopkins University.
the Number of new infections now stands at around 5000 per day, says Ramaphosa. Since it was the worst, confirmed the south Africa of 12,000 new smittetilfælde daily.
Although almost all efforts now be relaxed from on Monday, maintains the katastrofetilstand, which was declared in march. It remains valid until the 15. september.
Coronakrisen has exacerbated the country's already poor economy. It means that millions of south africans are sent even further into poverty.
in addition to poverty is also food insecurity have dramatically deteriorated during the decommissioning.