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Unvaccinated to be banned from malls, taxis and all public places.

March 2020, South Africa reported its first cases of Covid-19 from people that we're coming from Italy. From that moment till today we have had levels of lockdown some harsher and some almost feel normal except maybe for the curfews, the masks, social distancing and compulsory hand sanitizing.

Vaccines were introduced, many conspiracy theories were born at this point. From 5g networks causing and spreading the coronavirus to mandatory vaccines to be used to control mass population and people getting the 666 chips. Many of these conspiracy theories are becoming a reality. Mandatory vaccinations will be a thing or else you will be denied certain services.

Some countries in Africa, Europe and the rest of the world have started introduction measures that will not force people to take vaccines but will instead coerce people into taking vaccines. Many countries have seen a spike in anti-vaccine protests.

A new variant has been recently discovered in South Africa. The discovery of this variant prompted countries like the United Kingdom, Netherlands and Hong Kong to put South Africa and 5 other SADC countries on the travel ban red list. South Africa is only recording an average of 2500 cases per day while UK sees above 20 000 cases per day on average.

Business for South Africa (B4SA) has advised the government to ban all unvaccinated people from restaurants, malls, hospitals and other government institutions. This means that should you not be vaccinated you will not be allowed to dine, dance and you will be denied medical assistance.

The president of the country Cyril Ramaphosa is said to be meeting the Covid19 command council today and he will be expected to address the nation soon. Reported cases of covid 19 rose from at least 148 last week to 3200 in a matter of days.

A lot of jobs were lost during the first phases of the lockdown and the economy took a huge knock. So now the covid19 council has a mammoth task in their hands. They have to decide whether economy or lives? And the easy way out of that will be banning unvaccinated people from public places.

B4SA also called on employers to demand their employees to vaccinate. It seems this advice was taken very seriously by the University of Free State, which has already adviced all their staff members and student to be fully vaccinated by February 2022 or they risk losing jobs and expulsion from the University.

No one will be forced to vaccinate said the president but as it stands we are to be forced.


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