COVID19: Level 4



On Friday May 1, South Africa will enter a new phase of the Covid-19 coronavirus national lock-down: Level 4.


“Level 4 means that some activity can be allowed to resume, subject to extreme precautions required to limit community transmission and outbreaks,” Ramaphosa explained.


Level 4 makes provision for limited economic activity and the easing of some movement. A curfew from 20:00 to 05:00 will kick in, it will be mandatory to wear a cloth face mask.


All COVID-19 health and safety protocols must be followed at all times, including observance of guidelines for social distancing, sanitation and hygiene, and use of appropriate personal protective equipment, like cloth face masks, as determined by the National Department of Health.


We as a registered “Essential Business Service” during this period, we commit to assist you in the steps to keep you connected.


Amid the chaos and all the incoming advice, it’s hard to know exactly what leaders should do today. We suggest your focus and time on the following areas:

  • Support and protect employees in this brave new world.

  • Monitor leading indicators of how and where the pandemic is evolving and conduct scenario planning

  • Initiatives and planning for decision making under uncertainty can go a long way toward creating a compass for business leaders to follow.

For more information on upgrading your current systems, cloud and or analysis of what options to follow, contact our solutions architect today: support@jectech.co.za


If your business requires a hands on technician to assist during COVID-19 lockdown level 4, contact john.currie@jectech.co.za to assign and assist.


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