As we enter the fourth wave shortly before the holidays, more and more celebrities will test positive for COVID 19 again. And this seems to have already begun to take off.
The president has announced that Interior Minister Aaron Motsoaledi has tested positive for the coronavirus. In his statement,
Cheong Wa Dae Minister Mondri Gungubere announced that the minister was self-isolating. The president also said that the 63-year-old was "healthy."
What is the country doing now with more than 2800 reported cases in the last 24 hours and the new COVID "Omicron" mutant that is causing the world to shut us out again? President Cyril Ramaphosa and his National Coronavirus Command were initially scheduled to meet on Sunday.
However, due to the global panic surrounding this issue, this was subsequently postponed to Saturday.
This week, Health Minister Joe Fara and other health professionals called for a revision to the size of the rally. The problem is that the government is now very difficult to deal with.
We thank the ANC for the numerous rallies for the local elections. But what if the NCC recommends a stricter restriction or a return to a new level of blockade? In that case, Rama Poza needs to involve the President's Coordinating Council.
This includes the Prime Minister and key government officials. Of the 2800 new COVID infections from Houten, 2100 are likely to have some interstate travel bans. On Friday, Fara admitted that we cannot guarantee that we will not see a travel ban in the future.
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