Covid-19: RNM closes MLB and cashiers office in Sheppie

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STATEMENT BY RAY NKONYENI MUNICIPALITY:

Ray Nkonyeni Municipality wishes to inform members of the public about closure of its Community Services Centre in the Old Post Office Building in Port Shepstone on Monday and Tuesday 20 and 21 July 2020 respectively.

This building which provides motor licensing and registration (MLB) and cashier services will be closed for purposes of fumigation following confirmation that one of the employees tested positive for COVID-19. The municipality in consultation with the Department of Health has followed all necessary protocols related to COVID-19 in ensuring safety of other employees and members of the public following confirmation of this case.

Members of the public who would like to access these services on these two days, are urged to use Margate Offices for motor licensing services whilst for cashier services, they can either use our Margate Cashiers or pay at Shoprite, Checkers, Pick ‘n Pay, Spar, PEP and Ackermans or use Easy Pay Payments.

As we continue to experience the surge in infections, we call upon everyone to ensure that the spread of COVID-19 is minimised through following the four main precautionary measures meant to combat the spread of the virus:

  • Regularly wash hands for at least 20 seconds with water and soap or use alcohol-based sanitizer
  • Always wear a mask, covering both mouth and nose when not at home
  • Maintain a social distance of at least 2m from the next person
  • Regularly clean frequently used surfaces

#SpreadFactsNotFear
#StayHome
#StaySafe
“TOGETHER WE CAN BEAT COVID-19”

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