Commonplace administrator for the Public Servants Association (PSA) John Teffo said representatives were stressed over being tainted working as the workplaces had not been cleaned after the positive cases were accounted for.
"Laborers' lives are undermined by the very office that ought to give initiative in regards to wellbeing matters. The PSA denounces this flippant conduct," said Teffo.
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Limpopo wellbeing office representative Neil Shikwambana affirmed a few workers had tried positive for Covid-19.
He said commonplace agents of an association were meeting the board to raise concerns, and whatever difficulties were hailed would be managed.
Teffo said the executives in the long run made plans to permit staff to return home while the workplaces were cleaned.
Limpopo revealed 3,456 dynamic Covid-19 cases on Monday, with 196 new cases recorded north of a 24-hour cycle.
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