Sep 20, 2021

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COVID-19 LIVE UPDATES | DA calls for end date to lockdown restrictions and state of disaster

13. September 2021 – 07:05

DA calls for end date for lock restrictions and disaster status

After moving from SA to Ab Monday, DA adjusted stage two and became president Cyril Ramaphosa urged to commit to an end date for all lockdown restrictions and the disaster state.

DA chief John Steenhuisen said, while welcoming the easing of restrictions, “The only possible reason for further restrictions would be everyone to give people over 18 the opportunity to get vaccinated. ”

On Sunday evening, Ramaphosa announced that the curfew would remain, but it starts at 11 p.m. and ends at 4 a.m.

< h3> 13. September 2021 – 7:00 a.m.

I recently recovered from Covid-19, can I still donate blood?

Blood donors have to be 14 wait up to 28 days after recovering from Covid-19 before donating blood again.

According to the SA National Blood Service (SANBS.)) , persons who are in the affected c. Countries outside of SA will be postponed by 21 days before they can donate blood.

People with confirmed Covid-19 infection will be postponed by 28 days from the date of full clearance from . postponed Symptoms and those who have been in close contact with confirmed or probable coronavirus cases will be postponed for 21 days from the last contact date.

“To donate, a Covid – 19 plasma donors must be symptom-free for at least 28 days. This is in line with the latest guidelines from the National Institute for Communicable Diseases to collect people recovering from Covid-19, “said the SANBS .

September 13, 2021 – 6:16 am

New Zealand Prime Minister Ardern extends the lockdown in Auckland until September 21

New Zealand’s largest city, Auckland, will remain locked to prevent the spread of the delta variant of the coronavirus, Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern said on Monday.

Auckland will remain on strict alert level 4 until midnight on September 21, after which it will move by level 3, said Ardern in a press conference.

Reuters

13. September 2021 – 6:00 am

South Africans will soon have to show proof of vaccination against Covid-19 in order to gain access to public spaces.

President Cyril Ramaphosa spoke in front of the nation on Sunday and relaxed several restrictions and putting the country at lockdown level 2.

According to Ramaphosa, the vaccination pass will go into effect shortly.

He said the Ministry of Health is looking into options for introducing the passport, he said will provide more details when he reviews the measures.