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Ramaphosa: National state of disaster will cease when all COVID measures in place

CAPE TOWN - South Africa has been in a condition of catastrophe for more than 500 days and President Cyril Ramaphosa said that it was as yet not satisfactory when it would end. 

He said that the condition of calamity would stop to exist just once all administrative means for the COVID-19 reaction were set up. 

Ramaphosa said that actions should be implanted into government strategies and guidelines to standardize COVID-19 deterrent measures in the country. 

Ramaphosa was reacting to a composed parliamentary inquiry by Democratic Alliance (DA) pioneer John Steenhuisen. 

Steenhuisen had found out if there were a particular conditions which should be fulfilled before the public condition of calamity forced to control the spread of the COVID-19 pandemic was lifted. 

The DA chief had as of late approached the president to give a date when the condition of calamity would be lifted. 

In any case, Ramaphosa said that once the need to summon current remarkable measures gave stopped, every one of the guidelines and headings gave under the public condition of catastrophe would stop to exist. 

He said that the National Coronavirus Command Council and Cabinet would decide the fulfillment of conditions for ending the condition of calamity. 

Ramaphosa has as of late moved the country to lockdown level two, facilitating various limitations for the country, which has been in the condition of catastrophe or lockdown for precisely 538 days.

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