Paperwork indicating immunity in opposition to Covid-19 won’t be accepted from travellers.
Transport Minister Fikile Mbalula defined that solely a licensed Covid-19 check certificates will likely be recognised and accepted from worldwide travellers coming into South Africa.
He made this recognized throughout a media briefing on the rules on journey restrictions beneath degree 1 lockdown.
He additionally emphasised the usage of face masks for all passengers.
He nonetheless made some exceptions to the usage of masks.
He stated kids under the age of two and people with medical situations that make it tough to breathe are free to not make use of masks.
These rules come after the ban on worldwide journey was lifted on Thursday.
The ban additionally restricts South Africans from touring back and forth some international locations thought of high-risk international locations.
Mbalula stated all travellers should produce a check certificates not older than 72 hours.
“An immunity passport in respect of COVID-19 is just not acceptable.”