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Coronavirus Resources

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The South African National Department of Health has released a number of extremely helpful and informative resources to help residents navigate the 21-day shutdown.

For OFFICIAL up-to-date information visit: 

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GBV Command Centre: 0800 428 428 / *120*7867# from any cell phone

Persons with disabilities, SMS ‘help’ to 31531

Women Abuse Helpline: 0800 150 150

Child line: 0800 055 555

SAPS Crime Stop: 0860 10111 / SMS Crime Line: 32211

GBVF-related service complaints (SAPS): 0800 333 177/

National AIDS Helpline: 0800 012 322

National Human Trafficking Helpline: 0800 222 777

Suicide Helpline: 0800 567 567

National Department of Health:

National Institute of Communicable Diseases:

World Health Organisation:

Coronavirus Hotline: 0800 029 999

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