Many South Africans have been having concerns that the covid19 cases were not rising during the election time but they suddenly started to rise just after the elections, and we also saw the birth of the new variant.
One of the basic rule of the covid 19 especially at the gatherings or entering a store is that people should be screened and have their temperatures taken. And they must also have their names noted down so that should there be any case from any of those people who have attended the gathering, then it can be easy to do contact tracing.
However this is not what we have been seeing in political rallies and no one even dared to complain about that. It was just business as usual. We know that the DA has taken over the city of Johannesburg and Mpho Phalatse is the mayor.
Mpho Phalatse as the mayor has been going around the Johannesburg checking if night clubs were adhering to the covid19 regulations, and this is as the country is in the fourth wave of the pandemic and Gauteng is the epicenter. She said that she was disturbed by the way nightclubs have not been adhering to the covid19 protocols.
"I'm deeply disturbed by the level of lawlessness I witnessed on this raid last night. None of the night clubs visited were screening protons for covid completing attendance register, managing numbers, ensuring ventilation as well as other Covid protocols. No more! "
However Pearl Thusi had some tough questions for her. She asked her if during the relies, they were screening people and also making attendence register. We would really love to see that register.
It seems like the laws are made just for some people in this country. Some people can just by pass the law whichever way they want with no questions asked.
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