President Ramaphosa Cyril Ramaphosa last reported uplifted COVID-19 limitations in a bid to get control over a third rush of Covid contaminations in the country.
South Africa has been moved to lockdown level 3 with the check in time presently beginning at 10 pm until 4 am.
Liquor deals for off-site utilization have likewise been changed and are currently allowed between 10 am and 6 pm from Monday to Thursday.
Preiser said with the vertical pattern in contaminations being recorded, it's significant for the public authority to help individuals to remember the COVID-19 wellbeing rules.
"I was truly alleviated hearing President Ramaphosa last evening moving us back to fairly stricter safety measures, I believe it's very moderate generally however it will have an effect".
Preiser stresses it's imperative to control more contaminations now.
"The issue with this is that when you notice you are in a challenging situation it's now past the point of no return on the grounds that at that point a lot more individuals would have been tainted and might be analyzed in the days and weeks to come and afterward come to look for the wellbeing administrations".
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