The Democratic Alliance has made a decision to close public facilities across the City of Cape Town in an effort to avoid all non-essential contact amongst the public.
The decision has been made to close public facilities across the City of Cape Town so that all non-essential contact is avoided. 🔐
— Democratic Alliance (@Our_DA) March 17, 2020
Public Facilities that will be closed in the City of Cape Town include swimming pools, camping sites, Museums, Art centers, community/ civic centers, recreational hubs, city sports fields, nature reserves among others.
The Executive Mayor of Cape Town, Dan Plato also issued a statement detailing the stringent measures taken by the City to mitigate the spread of the Covid-19 virus.
The statement revealed that the public facilities across the City of Cape Town will be closed from Wednesday 18 March 2020 (today).
The City also encouraged the public to make use of online services where possible, rather than visiting City customer service centers for over the counter transactions.
Read the detailed statement here.