It has been almost two years since the pandemic in South Africa and many people are now totally fed up with this whole situation. Many people have lost their jobs and their abilities to provide for their families because of this very pandemic and the government tried its best to help South Africans but nothing really worked. Fortunately, the president has announced that he is ready to do the next important thing.
It has been announced by Cyril Ramaphosa that he was now engaging with the national coronavirus common Council to make the most important move ever since the lockdown started. You can remember that one of the most important moves that were made in the beginning of the virus was to put South Africa under the state of disaster.
Now the president is in discussions to end the state of disaster and have the whole country go back to normal. This is a very important move because it is going to make sure that many people are able to continue with what life was before the pandemic. It is said the discussion is still underway and whether or not the lockdowns going to be ended will be announced soon enough.
I believe this is the best decision the president can make at the current moment as far as the pandemic is concerned. Many people have been complaining about this prolonged lockdown as the country has had one of the longest lockdowns in the world. Ending this whole thing now will be the best decision for South Africans are already equipped with the skills to handle the virus and protect themselves and like when it all started.
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