COVID-19 Update

Stay safe and prevent a COVID-19 resurgence – A notice from the City of Cape Town

Community hotspots

Community transmission is on the rise, with current caseloads indicating hotspot areas that include:

Unlike the peak, when the country was still in a hard lockdown, there is far more mobility under the current alert level, which means the risk of transmission is greater, and not limited to the suburbs that are experiencing a surge in caseload.

Our healthcare overflow facilities and mobile testing booths remain active; and we stand ready to assist you with COVID-19 screenings, testings and referrals, as well as contact tracing.

  • Wash your hands regularly and thoroughly with soap and water, or use sanitiser with an alcohol content of at least 70%
  • Don’t touch your face
  • Wear a mask in public at all times
  • Keep a social distance of at least 1,5 metres
  • Cover your cough
  • If you’re sick, stay at home

Unless it is absolutely necessary, try to avoid large crowds or gatherings. If you must be out in public, please ensure that you follow the COVID-19 Golden Rules:

For detailed information on COVID-19, please visit www.capetown.gov.za/Coronavirus  or call the toll-free provincial COVID-19 hotline for advice on 080 928 1402.