Lion’s Head in Cape City
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Cape City’s current Lion’s Head summit reopened for hikes on Wednesday with SA National Parks (SANParks) rangers imposing strict Covid-19 safety precautions.
Rangers at varied entry components will evaluation for compliance with Covid-19 regulations living by the National Coronavirus Direct Council (NCCC), which encompass:
- boundaries of user numbers at the sergeant ranger’s discretion;
- social distancing of at least 1.5m the least bit conditions;
- no hide, no entry, and the use of the hide the final time;
- sanitising hands before and after the usage of the staples/ladder or the chain explain of Lion’s Head; and
- no picnicking or gathering in social groups.
The path turned into once closed in June on account of obvious non-compliance with Level 3 lockdown regulations by some users.
“We lend a hand all users to adhere to the regulations imposed by the NCCC and SANParks to steer clear of that you’d imagine re-closure of the iconic summit,” read a assertion issued on behalf of performing head of communications, Reynold Thakhuli.
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