Wendy Alberts from SA Restaurant Association reportedly said that their industry would not survive yet another harsher lockdown . She revealed how their sector had been adheringto the protocols in order to create a safe environment As a result , she said that they could not afford another harsh lockdown considering what they have gone through.
It was alleged that the Cabinet had met on Wednesday and lockdown regulations were part of the agenda . It is unknown what the Cabinet really talked about . Last night , South Africa recorded more than 13 000 positive cases of Covid-19. The President of South Africa is also scheduled to meet the National Coronavirus Command Council in regard to the regulations , but it is unknown what will be decided .
Covid-19 infections have been on an increase for quite a while , and there is a need for the people to adhere to the basic protocols such as sanitising , wearing masks and social distancing . These measures will help curb the spread of the pandemic .
https://ewn.co.za/2021/12/08/restaurant-association-industry-won-t-survive-stricter-lockdown-measures Restaurant Association: Industry won't survive stricter lockdown measures
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