President Cyril Ramaphosa has announced that COVID-19 will continue to be a staple of national health policy. The following discontinuation of the National State of Disaster 750 days after its completion in March 2020.
Citizens have been given until April 16 to discuss the health policy already in place by the health department to finalize a new law to control the disease.
He says some state restrictions will last up to 30 days, while legislation is being put in place to address issues related to the disease.
“We would still like to have face masks in public buildings, this is necessary to prevent the spread of high-risk areas especially since many people remain without unwanted vaccines. Secondly, the restrictions on the session will continue as a change of pace, which means that both indoors and outdoors can take up 50% of their capacity without any restrictions or if proof of immunization or COVID-19 test is less than 72 hours. required for entry into an unoccupied area of immunization or evidence of COVID test, then maximum of 1000 people indoors and 2,000 outsiders will survive. “
President Cyril Ramaphosa lifts state of National Disaster:
Ramaphosa has also called for citizens to be vaccinated. He says the epidemic is unprecedented and calls for it to be vigilant in every part of South Africa.
“By ending the Government of National Disaster Management, each of us is taking responsibility individually for the protection of our health and the health of others. Our most important task is to ensure that we are vaccinated against COVID-19 and Encourage Others to Vaccinate, Vaccination is still the best protection we have against COVID-19. Vaccination is also the best weapon in reducing the risk of waves of infection n ‘a future that covers our healthcare system and that may require us to declare another disaster.’
Coronavirus status in SA
The National Institute for Infectious Diseases on Monday reported 685 new coronavirus infectionleads to a total laboratory-approved total of 3 667 560. The increase represents a 5.4% positivity ratio.
The school also reported two stories Death, leading to a total death toll of 100 052.
Below are the latest coronavirus numbers in SA:
Fight against coronavirus will also be used in national health policy: Ramaphosa – SABC News
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