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The Nelson Mandela Bay Metro has been declared as a coronavirus hotspot. A curfew between 10h00 pm and 04h00 am will come into effect as of midnight 3 December 2020.
One of the main consequences of COVID has been change – and lots of it. Almost all aspects of daily life have undergone a transformation to a certain extent, and how and why we travel is certainly no exception.
In a world overrun by COVID-19, a brand-new factor has come into play regarding traveller friction. Employees find themselves dealing with heightened emotions, a fear of the unknown, and worries about their health.
Travel programme leakage is the bane of any travel programme manager the world over. Before COVID-19 hit, businesses were seeing dollars and productivity hour’s march out the door as employees chose to book outside of the travel policy and expense claim back at a later date.
Getting people together face-to-face is ultimately the only way to achieve success in business, and those businesses that get a jump start on returning to this, will have a huge advantage on their competitors.
Globally, travel and tourism is one of the most significant industrial sectors. It drives economic growth, creates jobs, improves social development and promotes peace.
All restrictions on inter-provincial travel will be lifted during alert level two. Accomodation, hospitality venues and tours will be permitted according to approved protocols to ensure social distancing. Further guidelines related to inter-provincial travel will be communicated in the week ahead.
Individuals will now be permitted to leave their homes to travel for leisure purposes within the province where they reside. Only intra-provincial travel is permitted. Travel between provinces for leisure purposes remains prohibited until further notice.
Limited domestic air travel for business and essential purposes is allowed during risk level three, subject to restrictions on the number of flights per day and authorisation based on the reason for travel.