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5+Reasons why President Cyril Ramaphosa should lock the country again with immediate effects-OPINION

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5+reasons why Cyril Ramaphosa should really put the country in lockdown level 5 or 4 the whole December.

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South Africa with the rest of the world is now deep in trouble following the new developments of corona virus within and outside the country. Recently, South Africa just detected the Omicron variant, its said to be the newest variant of corona virus that people should be aware of from now on.

Things are looking very very bad, with South Africa recording 1000+ new cases everyday and 5+ new death due to Corona virus, people are urged to really follow the protocols that were put in effect by the president of South Africa and world health organisation.

The corona virus council was supposed to meet last week Sunday, hence meeting did not occur because they firstly wanted to see how dangerous the variant is and what's next can be done.The meeting was postponed to the week Saturday but it was also cancelled because the president Cyril Ramaphosa went to Ghana for some presidency issues.

Here are few things that the president of South Africa should do in order to keep the country healthy.

*The country should be put on level 4 or 5 lockdown, this will curb the spread of this new variant throughout the country.

*All sports activities including football and cricket should be cancelled and be resumed the following year with immediate effect.

* Schools should not be opened until the situation has calm down in order to protect children.

* Universities and colleges should continue to learn from home or their respective reses in means of online learning and the government should continue supplying with online gadgets and data.

* All churches should be closed and be resumed next year March.


This measures will help us to make the country be saved

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