This Covid tale has never been about our health; it has always been about profiting at the expense of our death or disability, and yet we have been labeled "conspiracy theorists" for stating that. Following elections, individuals will be jailed and laid off for failing to vaccinate.
By the 16th of December, we will be informed that we have a new variant and that a large number of people are dying. By that time, we will have reached level 4.
Celebrities are dissatisfied with the announcement by the government that the country is advancing to level one, which no one expected to see or hear. It comes as a surprise to the majority of individuals. The election is just around the corner, and now the country appears to be leveling off. This could be related to the upcoming election next month.
Pearl Thusi, a South African celebrity, took to her social media account to express her frustration at reaching level one. She continued by saying she is reading too much into it.
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