Sign in
Download Opera News App

News Sports





Unvaccinted People In Shock As SAFA Plans To Do This Going Forward || See Why



It has now been few days since the country has started the no vaccine no entry system to curb the spread of the virus that continues to devour the innocent lives of South Africans. This is because a lot of people are still in denial that the vaccines jab is made to protect them from the virus of which according to their view is an opposite issue.

It is not yet known that the Cyril Ramaphosa measures implemented will do the trick as the number of daily cases is no longer increasing as the country approaches the local government election.

Unvaccinated people are n shock as the South African Football Association (SAFA) plans to do this going forward. This comes after their first approach to allow vaccinated people to enter the FNB stadium to watch a game against South Africa Vs Ethiopia of which South Africa won by a goal to zero courtesy of an own goal scored by the Ethiopian defender and captain Kebede. This was for the first time the country was able to open sports events after the coronavirus pandemic took the country by storm 18 months ago after it started last year in March.

It is not yet known when will the sporting events be opened to the public especially for the DSTV premiership matches in the country as football lovers want to enjoy their favorite team playing live.

Players were pleased when they were fans in the stadium as it brought a great light to the country in terms of ensuring people that they deserve to be vaccinated for the benefit of the country to go to a normal life.

People are still advised to get the vaccine jabs so they can enjoy what they are missing and the available vaccine shots are Johnson & Johnson and Pfizer of which they can choose from two.

What is your intake on this and why?

Please leave a comment below on the comment section and please like, share, and follow my account to receive more insightful news reporting.

Content created and supplied by: Rotondwacoolest (via Opera News )



Load app to read more comments