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"Don't Attack or Kill Foreign Nationals, The Police Will Arrest and Jail Them" Zikalala Warns SAns

Sihle Zikalala, the KwaZulu-Natal chief, said his area of expertise had received a number of reports concerning forged immunization certificates.

Zikalala, who was on hand to speak with the media on Monday, stated that his area of expertise had received a number of concerns about the sale of counterfeit immunization endorsements.

He issued a warning that those who were apprehended would be indicted.

In the past few weeks, we have received unfounded claims that certain persons are selling immunization certificates. "Normally, we find this really disconcerting because it undermines the purpose of the immunization round," Zikalala explained.

In any case, we must warn anybody who are contemplating engaging in this type of action, which is incredibly erratic and criminal in nature, that such activities are illegal and will result in criminal prosecution.

The Department of Health in KwaZulu-Natal encourages anyone who has proof of the provision of Covid-19 immunization endorsements to get in touch with law requirement professionals. "We assure them that their information will be managed with the utmost care and confidentiality."

Zikalala also stated that the commonwealth government was distributing a R100 basic food item ticket to anyone over the age of 60 who had had the Covid-19 immunization and were under the age of 19.

He explained that the voucher was intended to encourage all of the more elderly citizens to be inoculated because the numbers are still low.

"As part of the public procedure, there is a R100 basic food item voucher for over-60s who are undergoing immunization, as well as a Vooma weekend to improve immunization on weekends, including this coming weekend," Zikalala explained.

"However, we should hasten to point out that even the best approach is only as effective as the cooperation of all those who need to be inoculated," the authors write.

Over the sparkling season, Zikalala encouraged residents to be inoculated in order to reduce the likelihood of major Covid-19 illness and hospitalization during the season.

"By making the decision to be inoculated today and encouraging others to do the same, we will have a more pleasant and secure sparkling season." It will mean that we will avoid the irritation and pain of losing friends and family for an extended period of time, comparable to what we experienced during the December events last year," he explained.

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