PLETT CORONA VIRUS COVID-19 INFORMATION
This Plett Corona Virus web page is the COVID-19 information hub for Plett with up-to-date, verified Corona virus information for Plettenberg Bay.
Updated: 01 March 2021
Updated: 23 February 2021
The figures published here are verified by official national, provincial and local authorities.
Total cases: 1,504,588 Recovered: 1,413,566
Dated 23 Feb 2021
Total cases: 274,046
Dated 23 Feb 2021
Total cases: 2,682
Active cases: 18
Dated 07 Feb 2021
Emergency Hotline: 0800 029 999
WhatsApp Support Line: 0600 123 456
Other important numbers:
Health and Safety
PLETT TOURISM PLEDGES COMPLIANCE WITH COVID-19 SAFETY PROTOCOLS
Make your pledge for safety and help to avoid an upsurge.
We are currently in a newly Adjusted Lockdown Level 1 from 01 Mar 2021.
Please follow the relevant guidelines and stay safe.
Level 1 Regulations (from 01 March 2021)
Other news regarding regulations
These sites are updated regularly with new details on the International Protocol implementation:
As well as related videos!
Government Gazette dated 17 December 2020
Government Gazette dated 17 September 2020
Sport, Arts and Culture Gazette 28 Aug 2020
Government Gazette dated 17 Aug 2020
Government Gazette dated 15 Aug 2020
Govenment Gazette on Tourism
Government Gazette, 07 Aug 2020, Dept. of Environment, Forestry and Fisheries
Tourism Act (3/2014): Draft National norms and standards for the safe operations of tourism sector in the context of COVID-19 and beyond
Reporting workplace Covid-19 cases:
All workplace cases should be reported to WorkplaceCovidReporting@westerncape.gov.za.
This will generate an auto-response with further actions to be taken.
Animation – How to prevent the spread of COVID-19
As we slowly come out of lockdown, please use this information to make life a little easier for yourself and for those in distress in Plett.
The information and action responses is jointly coordinated by Bitou Municipality Economic Development Section and Plett Tourism in the interest of mitigating the risk of COVID-19 and maintaining a positive response to the Bitou economy.