With South Africa among the top 10 most-affected countries in the world, Dlamini-Zuma said that South Africans should wear masks to protect themselves from the coronavirus.

The Importance of the wearing of masks has been stressed during the coronavirus pandemic by Cooperative Governance Minister Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma.

The president announced amended regulations and said that the wearing of face masks was mandatory when in public. The wearing of face masks, however, does not apply to people who undertake “vigorous” exercise in a public place, but they’ll have to maintain a distance of at least three metres from any other person.

The minister urged South Africans to adhere to national lockdown regulations.

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