The new activities proposed are in agriculture, forestry and fisheries which will totally reopen. This will include all animal activities in the sector.
In manufacturing, the sector will be partially reopened. Factories will be systematically returned for health reasons and to keep traffic on roads as low as possible.
In total, more than 20% of the sector will return.
This includes sectors for children’s and winter clothing. As well as those who make blankets.
Computers and cell phones will be sold so that more people can work from home.
Suppliers to the construction industry will be able to reopen. The stationery sector will also be reopened for schools and universities, which will also be reopened at some point.
Minister Patel says he recognizes that stores play a major role in igniting the virus. We ask that people just go there if needed and spend as little time as possible there the minister says. Also maintain social distancing. This applies to supermarkets, informal traders and spaza shops.
Tobacco products can also be resold.
The mining industry has already started to open systematically. Not all workers have returned. In Level 4, open-pit mines workers will also return in greater numbers.
Professional services such as engineers, accounting services, etc. supporting factories and businesses will also reopen. Recycling services in the informal sector will also reopen.
Restaurants can also start delivering food again to limit the movement of people. You can call or order online.
See the Ministers address the nation below: