We (humans) are not the only ones in South Africa struggling with a virus problem.
There are now outbreaks of African Swine Fever in three provinces: Eastern Cape, the Free State and Mpumalanga. And so the Department of Agriculture, Land Reform and Rural Development (broad portfolio, bru) are advising that pigs are subjected to some of the same restrictions as humans to avoid the further spread of the virus:
There you have it.
Socially distance and self-isolate your pigs. Disinfect their surroundings regularly.
Keep them off beaches and out of National Parks. Ensure they wash their trotters for at least 30 seconds at a time. Don’t (or do) (or don’t) allow them to go back to school. Cook their food thoroughly.
Ensure they wear a mask and only exercise between 6-9am. Quarantine them where necessary. Only allow them to buy alcohol on Level 3. Keep them away from warthogs.
NEVER LET THEM SMOKE CIGARETTES.
Do not get them wet or feed them after midnight.
Right. I think that covers everything. Bring on the next viral pandemic.