“Hard Lockdown” is expected if people continue to disregard the lockdown rules, Zikalala explained.
It is said that South Africa could face the second wave of COVID-19 and is expected to be worse than the first.
KZN Premier Sihle Zikalala warns people to follow the rules of wearing masks and keep social distance as it could be the second major COVID-19 wave.
COVID-19 cases have increased by 10% in KZN which triggered a major concern for the Department of Health as the future of the country is uncertain.
The sale of alcohol has led to people ignoring the lockdown rules, now KZN Premier Sihle Zikalala warns the country of “hard lockdown” if people fail to comply with the regulations.
Wearing masks is not only about your safety but also about protecting other people from contracting the virus.
President Cyril Ramaphosa is expected to address the nation in response to changes in the rules and also to raise awareness of the second major 19-wave wave.
Source: eNCA news
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