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President Cyril to implement another lockdown soon? Here is what is happening now. (Opinion)

For the first time in a long time, more than 10,000 new defilers have been reported in South Africa. The total number of cases now stands at 3,862,165, an increase of 10,017. There have been a total of 10 deaths in the last 24 hours. Because of the rapid increase in new cases of Coronavirus, the South African government's specialists could be forced into a second hard lockdown.

South Africa has performed exceptionally well since Cyril Ramaphosa, the country's president, took office 90 days ago in balancing everything out of the Covid-19 spread. South Africa's population may suffer, but it will help level the playing field.

This is a sampling of some of the responses from South Africans.

n my opinion, the current state of affairs in this country does not warrant a lockdown. To put it mildly, you South Africans are full of the most fruitless schemes. Take pride in the fact that your family sees you as a potential source of income for the future. Job opportunities were not included in this plan because it was feared that people would rush to get vaccines because they thought it would be an end to lockdown.

When we were put on lockdown, I was completely taken aback. It was almost as if we were in another dimension. Nothing like this has ever happened before. Towns were sparsely populated compared to the city. A strange country, South Africa, to be solicited in. Families took precedence over virtual distractions in terms of time and effort. Do people get creative in times of crisis? That surprised me. We were able to escape thanks to that tinkering with the accounts. People who have lost their jobs and social networks have been unable to recover from the lockdown.

Does South African President Cyril Ramaphosa have the best interests of the country at heart by placing the country's citizens under another hard lockdown? Feel free to post your thoughts in the comments section below, assuming no one cares.


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