The premiers of the Western Cape and Eastern Cape have met to discuss how to properly manage travelling between the two provinces during the lockdown.
They've agreed to co-operate in four key areas.
These include the movement of seasonal workers in the agriculture sector, restricting the movement of bodies from COVID-19 related
deaths, managing the general travelling of people during the lockdown and when schools and universities reopen and collaboration between the various provincial departments of health and the police.
Western Cape Premier Alan Winde says the virtual meeting has resolved to draft protocols for submission to national government and consideration by the National Command Council.
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