Due to some reopening of some economic sectors, there is less precaution measures to be followed considering the daily exercise and objects and people that one comes in contact with.
It is within a short period of ten days that Professor Salim Abdool Karim predicted a rise in COVID-19 cases. The prediction is said to come in the reopening of some economic sectors.
The level 2 lockdown is no more a lockdown in action but a state of mind and inapplicable theory.
South Africans need to wake up as a responsible nation, in taking an alert from the Professor and continue to take strict measures to prevent infection.
"We need to be aware that the threat is ever present. We need to insure that infections continue to decline. We expect that there may be a slight increase in cases. Around the 28th of August. If we don't see that, or if we see a small increase, we can be confident that the easing has not had a major impact", said Professor Salim.
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