Four airports in South Africa will be open to air traffic on Monday subject to strict measures at level 3 of the national restriction.
Those regulations were published on Saturday.
Which airports are open at Level 3?
Only Cape Town Airport, King Shaka Airport, OR Tambo Airport and Lanseria Airport are opened.
From 1 June commercial domestic flights will be allowed. It is for business purposes only and not tourism or leisure.
All international flights are prohibited except those authorized by Transport Minister Fikile Mbalula for the repatriation of South Africans abroad or foreigners to be taken from South Africa.
Only staff working at the airport (with a permit), and foreign consular and diplomatic agents providing services to foreign nationals will be allowed into the terminal building.
People must be picked up or dropped off the building.
If people want to enter the building, they must wear a mask at all times and will be subject to regulations on controls for the Covid-19 virus disease.
Passengers must show written authorization or proof of travel in which the information is given for, inter alia, the destination and nature of the trip.
If passengers are unable to show written authorization or proof of travel, the passenger will not be allowed on the aircraft.
People will also undergo screening processes before they can enter the terminal building. They will be denied access if they have a high fever or show signs of the disease.