update (14 January 2021): According to SANParks, the temporary closure of Lower Sabie Rest Camp in Kruger National Park is a precautionary measure after ten employees tested positive for Covid-19. The employees are in isolation and all protocols regarding these developments have been implemented accordingly. All visitors who are still in the camp have been informed of the situation and offered alternative accommodation at unaffected camps or postponement of their visit.
South African National Parks (SANParks) just announced that the Lower Sabie Rest Camp in Kruger National Park has been temporarily closed until further notice due to a a spike in the number of employees infected with Covid-19. According to SANParks those employees are isolating and all Covid-19 protocols are being implemented. Guests with confirmed bookings will be contacted by SANParks and given an option of an alternative rest camp in Kruger National Park or postponement. We'll keep you posted!