Covid 19: All theatres closed until further notice

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All film halls under the National Film Corporation have suspended screening films until further notice due to the Coronavirus threat, the Cultural Affairs Ministry said.


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  • Sharon van Rooyen Saturday, 14 March 2020 01:33 PM

    We are due to leave South Africa to Sri Lanka in 4 days. Will the Unesco sites also be closing ?

    Sokrates Saturday, 14 March 2020 02:55 PM

    All religious institutions of every faith must also be closed. People can pray to their gods at home. All wedding halls and other event centers must be closed. If you want to get married now or want to have other functions like big girl, you have to do it on a small scale with no more than 20 people, as is common in Europe. Restaurants and bars must set it up so that tables are 2 meters apart. Toddy bars, where a lot of people are close together to the counter, have to be closed. Trains and buses should not be allowed to carry more than half of people than seats are available. Government Departments should limit the visitors. Immigration should give extension of visas for foreigners by letters.

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