South African authorities extend national disaster regime

The operation of the national disaster regime due to the situation with the coronavirus in South Africa has been extended until December 16, the office of the President of South Africa said on November 25.

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This regime was introduced in March 2020. It enables the country’s government to impose restrictions, including strict quarantine.

As reported IA REGNUMOn November 25, South Africa announced that a new strain of the coronavirus SARS-CoV-2 has been identified in the country, which has received the designation “B.1.1.529” and has at least 32 mutations.

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