No leisure travel into or out of Gauteng will be allowed for the next two weeks.
President Cyril Ramaphosa says this is to ease the burden as COVID-19 cases surge in the country.
Meanwhile, 15,036 new COVID-19 infections have been reported in the last 24-hours.
Gauteng accounts for just over 9,800 of them.
The national institute for communicable diseases (NICD) said 122 more COVID-19 related deaths were recorded.
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