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Bad News For the Citizens As Ramaphosa Goes To The Covid-19 Council (NCCC)


President of South Africa Cyril Ramaphosa will meet with the National Coronavirus Command Council (NCCC) on Sunday the 28th of November to assess developments in the Covid-19 pandemic, including updates around the newly detected variant.


Of course a lot of people are already worried and saying that this is terrible news because we know that whenever Cyril Ramaphosa goes to the Covid-19 council bad news comes to us, and we know that since he's moving towards the festive season the president will consider bringing down a few other things under restriction in order to be able to be in a situation where they’re saving the lives of ordinary members of the public.


It is not a secret that most of the casualties and incidences which are out of the ordinary happen predominantly during the festive season, and this is why they look to prevent these things before they occur.

At least that has been the approach of Cyril Ramaphosa while the other presidents before him have cared less about what happens to people during the festive season, but what they fail to realize is the fact that other people who are drunk end up affecting the lives of the ordinary members of the public.


It becomes a whole mess and it is not a secret that the hospitals get flooded with patients to such an extent where the doctors and nurses have to stay overnight looking over those patients, otherwise things would not be looking good the next day.


Funny enough last year they celebrated having very little or to no casualties which was the first ever, since the hospital opened and what does that say about the effects of some things pike alcohol and freedom on society. At least that is how Cyril Ramaphosa sees it, and in retrospect it seems like that has been his whole approach.


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