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Joe Phaahle Has Just Revealed Crucial Information To The Public

Wellbeing Minister Dr Joe Phaahla has avoided saying whether stricter lockdown estimates will be declared when the National Coronavirus Command Council meets on Sunday. 

Phaahla said the expansion in diseases has called for measures to be taken, but he would not say on the off chance that they will force more limitations. 

President Cyril Ramaphosa had moved South Africa to even out 1 a couple of months prior. 

Be that as it may, the ascent in Covid-19 contaminations has called for more activity by government. 


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Phaahla said they were concerned in light of the fact that around 10 days prior the contamination rate was around 200 cases and this has now moved to 2 800. 

He said they needed to guarantee that they contain the spread of the infection in front of the merry season. 

He said it was too soon to say whether there will be stricter lockdown measures to be declared. 

Stricter lockdown? Not really anything closed. There is as yet going to be the end of the week, among tomorrow and Sunday, gatherings between players, designs of government including the Natjoints which is the top of all offices including the security group, correspondence and all branches of the state. They will be checking out that and the Covid chamber comprised of the clergymen, the representative president and the president will meet, Phaahla said. 

From our side at this stage we are analyzing the circumstance. We will make a few proposals as far as the way that there is most certainly a spike in diseases. We will make proposals on wellbeing measures, he said. 

Be that as it may, Phaahla would not show the proposals they would make.

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