Legal Aid SA spokesperson Mfanafuthi Shabangu said “we remain committed to taking proactive measures to ensure your safety and wellbeing during these trying times”.
He added that clients will not be allowed into Legal Aid SA offices without a face mask.
Before members of the public can come in, their temperature will be checked and their hands will be sanitised.
They are also expected to abide by social-distancing protocols.
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