Cape Whale Coast Tourism
In light of the current global health situation with regards to the Coronavirus disease (COVID-19) we want to reassure you that we are in contact with key role players on a daily basis. This includes the likes of Wesgro, Cape Town Tourism, Cape Winelands and SA Tourism, amongst others. As the situation unfolds, we will do our best to keep you updated as well as what measures are being put in place. As a community we need to stand together during this time, and should you receive any information of value we ask that you share it with us.
CORONAVIRUS (COVID-19) UPDATES
For the latest information regarding the situation with regards to the Coronavirus in South Arica and to access official press releases, please visit the South African Department of Health’s website.
The Department of Health in South Africa has also created a very effective WhatsApp system which is a good way of keeping up to date with info. Simply add this number : 0600-123456 as a WhatsApp contact and type ‘Hi’ in the message block. Follow the prompts from here.
For all up to date information about the current situation in the Western Cape in South Africa specifically, please visit:
Public Hotline: 0800 029 999 or the Provincial hotline: 021 928 4102
Africa updates: COVID-19 LIVE updates, WHO website
New Variant, COVID 19. 26 Nov 2021
South African Tourism (SA Tourism) has noted the latest reports of a new Covid-19 variant (B.1.1.529) by South African scientists. The National Institute for Communicable Diseases (NICD) yesterday, advised that 22 positive cases of the B.1.1.529 variant have been recorded in the country.
28 Nov 2021 Level 1 Remains For Now
Speaking at his latest “Family Meeting” (these have become regular occurrences since the start of the pandemic), President Cyril Ramaphosa was very clear that the government is presently engaging with the Coronavirus advisory team on the appointment of a task team…
Traveller Frequently Asked Questions – Wesgro
On the 25th of November South African scientists shared their findings on the Omicron (B.1.1.529) Covid variant and subsequent travel bans occured. Below is a list of international visitors’ Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) to guide travellers looking to return home from Cape Town International Airport, Western Cape, South Africa.
Adjusted Level 1 Regulations 30.12.2021