South Africa Lifts Parts of Its Alcohol Policy Rules As COVID-19 Lockdown Is Eased

Posted on September 16, 2021 in Africa, Africa

The South African government has further weakened rules around alcohol sales as lockdown is moved to adjusted level 2.
The temporary alcohol sales bans in South Africa demonstrated the potential of alcohol policy solutions in preventing and reducing harm and boosting development. It is now more than ever necessary to adopt and implement alcohol policy improvements to protect citizens from harm caused by alcohol products.

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