No alcohol, but you’ll be allowed to exercise and get food delivered at home – here are South Africa’s level 4 lockdown details

The full summary of South Africa’s lockdown levels has been published, showing South Africans exactly what they can expect from the country’s level 4 lockdown. As announced by president Cyril Ramaphosa on Thursday evening (23 April), the country is moving towards a graded alert level system, to determine how strict>>>

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Predators Swim In The Super-Clear Waters Of South Brazil | VR 360 | Seven Words, One Planet

In south Brazil, chemical compounds on the river-bed create impossibly clear waters that are home to a diverse host of life. Stay in and explore the biodiversity in this calming landscape. Original Author: Produced by BBC Earth and published on 29/04/2020

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Hundreds of fans to attend motor races in South Dakota this weekend | Sport | The Guardian

More than a thousand people are set to attend motor races in South Dakota this weekend with the state yet to issue a stay-at-home order for its residents during the Covid-19 pandemic. The Park Jefferson Speedway, which has a capacity of 4,000, says it has sold all 700 tickets it>>>

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WATCH: South Dakota Governor Defends Decision to Not Lock Down State – Chicks On The Right

Alternate headline: Why I’m Moving to South Dakota. (Okay not really because to be fair, Governor DeSantis has done a pretty decent job of handling COVID here in Florida, or as I like to call it, the Dong of America.) ANYWAY on to the actual point of writing this article:>>>

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Coronavirus: Hunger trumps fear in South Africa

There have been protests and looting in South Africa which is enduring one of the world’s strictest lockdowns. The restrictions have halted all economic activity, apart from essential services, but for many people not working means not eating. And hunger is a bigger threat than the virus. Sky’s John Sparks>>>

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The big lesson from South Korea’s coronavirus response

Testing and tracing were the key to slowing the spread of coronavirus. Become a Video Lab member! http://bit.ly/video-lab In South Korea, citizens have flattened the curve of the novel coronavirus — and it’s because of lessons they learned from fighting the MERS outbreak in 2015. Through a combination of aggressive and>>>

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