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Mzansi respond to Cyril on Vaccination to be mandatory for certain activities

The South Africans must stop behaving like as if there are headless chickens. The president is only trying to do what is best and better for everyone. One you will never know what we want, the president has left the country on lockdown level 1, but make sure that he emphasizes the issue of vaccination, still South Africans are not happy.

If he would have placed the country on lockdown level 3 to 5, people were still going to complain about it. So what is it really that they want, the president to do, they want the president to leave the situation as it, should he do nothing? People should just die the president should must just watch, and then they'll blame him again for letting people die of coronavirus without doing anything.

South Africans are hot headheaded, and very difficult people to lead. Whatever you do you are guilty, you do you die, if you don't, you still die. South Africa is a very difficult country to monitor and to lead. We thank God that the Cyril Ramaphosa has come this far. These people are difficult to deal with, but good move to the president for emphasizing the issue of vaccine, and leave the country on level one. Our businesses were just starting to pick up our churches and everything. So if you would have been in a strict lockdown again, we would betalking of another story.

President Cyril Ramaphosa’s Address Summary: 

Vaccination to be mandatory for certain activities - 

"Government has set up a task team that will undertake broad consultations on making vaccination mandatory for specific activities and locations." Ramaphosa. 

"We also know that the coronavirus will be with us for the long term. We must therefore find ways of managing the pandemic while limiting disruptions to the economy and ensuring continuity."

• The country will remain on Alert Level 1. 

• National State of Disaster will remain in place. 

• Booster shots will commence with the older people. 

• No further restrictions at this time

• No more than 750 people outdoors and no more than 250 indoors 

• The sale of alcohol will be permitted. 

"The Omicron variant was first described in Botswana and subsequently in South Africa, and scientists have also identified cases in countries such as Hong Kong, Australia, Belgium, Italy, the United Kingdom, Germany, Austria, Denmark and Israel."

#MzansiTimes #FamilyMeeting #OmicronVariant.

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