https://ewn.co.za/2021/12/01/ballito-rage-fest-cancelled-after-36-positive-covid-tests?utm_source=dlvr.it&utm_medium=twitter JOHANNESBURG - The Ballito Rage Festival has been dropped after 36 individuals tried positive for COVID-19. The yearly finish of-year celebrations started off on Tuesday regardless of President Cyril Ramaphosa proposing that these occasions ought to be delayed right after the Omicron variation.
15 September 2021 Writer: Sphe J Hadebe No vaccinne no entry at the Ballito Rage Festival, confirmed by the organisers The UNVACCINATED people are continuing to learn with shock at how walls are closing on them. It looks like people who are not vaccinated will not be allowed in many places now, the limitation of entry is definitely being implemented.
Only matriculants who have received the Covid 19 vaccine, will be allowed to enter this year's Ballito Rage, according to the organisers of the event ( G and G productions). The event takes place from 30 November to 5 December and organisers say that they have put a number of measures and safety protocols into place
The impact of the Rage festival is still bring discovered after the celebrations were labelled as "super - spreader " events. Hundreds of Gauteng teens have tested positive for Covid-19 after attending the Ballito Rage Festival. The Gauteng department of health says that it had tracked down over 1300 students and tested a total of 1050 for the virus. " Out of the total number of learners,99 were uncooperative while the rest of others either had supplied wrong contains or were on voicemail, the department continues
President Cyril Ramaphosa addressed the nation tonight with regards to developments related to South Africa’s Covid-19 response. The address follows after meetings with the National Coronavirus Command Council and provincial governments as the country battles with the impact of a second coronavirus wave. While addressing the nation, the president said it has been gatherings especially social gatherings and parties that are the largest source of outbreaks. Large social gatherings such as weddings, year-end