Covid-19: RNM Port Shepstone driving license testing centre closed

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STATEMENT BY RAY NKONYENI MUNICIPALITY:
Members of the public are informed of the closure of Ray Nkonyeni Municipality DLTC in Port Shepstone after one of its employees tested positive for COVID-19.
The centre will be closed on 23 and 24 July for decontamination and operations will resume on Monday 27 July.
Members of the public who were due to be tested or those who were to write tests on these dates will be notified of the new dates. The municipality humble apologizes for the inconvenience caused by these unforeseen circumstances.
As the municipality we will continue to follow all necessary protocols related to COVID-19 to ensure safety of all employees and also that of the members of the public. We pray for all affected and most importantly a speedy recovery of those infected.
Let it be everybody’s business to play a part in fighting COVID-19. Let’s not forget to do the following:
  • 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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