How to avoid travel restrictions in South Africa

Travel restrictions have been imposed on all major cities in South African Republic and the rest of the country, but not in Pretoria. 

The country’s top public health official said it was possible to travel in South Australia and the Kimberley, but it was not clear when.

He said there was no indication of the virus spreading in the region, but advised people to stay home from Monday, February 17.

“It’s a good idea to stay indoors, to make sure that there’s no virus in the house, and that you’re protected,” Dr. Muthana Thabo Mbeki told Al Jazeera.

“If you have any symptoms, stay home, but don’t go out in the open.”

Dr Mbeki said that people who had been to the country should return home as soon as possible.

South Africa has the highest proportion of deaths of coronaviruses worldwide, according to the World Health Organization.

People in the country have been warned to stay inside during the coronavivirus pandemic, which is also affecting tourists and others travelling in and out of the South African capital.

More than 80 people died in South Sudan on Saturday, including three in the capital, Juba, and another three in Gaborone state, the UN’s International Civil Aviation Organization said.

The latest data from the WHO indicates that there have been a total of 682 cases in South Korea and China.

There are fears that the outbreak could spread across South Africa and elsewhere in the world.