The National Coronavirus Command Council is expected to mull over increasing numbers for church and religious gatherings over the Easter weekend. This comes, despite advice from the Ministerial Advisory Committee - made up of some of the country's leading scientists - that the country should be moved to stricter restrictions. According to news24, the Council has been advised, by the Ministerial Advisory Committee, to put the country under an Alert Level 2 lockdown as a precaution for the Easter holidays. This would include a 10pm curfew, restricting alcohol sales again to Mondays to Thursdays and restricting the number of people attending gatherings to 50 only. - Smile 90.4FM

The National Coronavirus Command Council is expected to mull over increasing numbers for church and religious gatherings over the Easter weekend. This comes, despite advice from the Ministerial Advisory Committee – made up of some of the country’s leading scientists – that the country should be moved to stricter restrictions. According to news24, the Council has been advised, by the Ministerial Advisory Committee, to put the country under an Alert Level 2 lockdown as a precaution for the Easter holidays. This would include a 10pm curfew, restricting alcohol sales again to Mondays to Thursdays and restricting the number of people attending gatherings to 50 only.