Some photos of how our staff are coping with COVID-19 restrictions at work South Africa has moved from level 5 lockdown, where those who were not essential workers had to remain at home, to level 3 with more people allowed to work as long as certain rules and regulations related to COVID-19 have been enforced. Outreach Foundation has taken the necessary steps and have set up areas at each entry point with hand wash and have increased the amount of cleaning that occurs on the premises, including sanitising anything that hands may have touched. Staff are required to wear masks at all times and social distancing is enforced. No person is allowed to enter the premises without a mask and everyone at Outreach Foundation is required to have their temperature checked regularly. Our activities have been cut drastically due to the restrictions, so we are focusing on counselling and making face masks at this time, as well as any digital activities that are possible. One such digital activity is a collaboration with Royal Central School of Speech and Drama where we are connecting with participants of our after-school and in-school performing arts programmes and sharing videos made by them on Facebook.