Minister Ayanda Dlodlo has appealed to South Africans to adhere to COVID-19 safety measures, further claiming that law enforcements are working tirelessly on their end to do the same.
Minister of State Security, Ayanda Dlodlo took to Twitter on Monday, 3 May 2021, to endorse a statement circulated on behalf of her department. The statement called for South Africans to continue to adhere to COVID-19 safety regulations and restrictions, as set out by the state. For months, the state has been warning of the imminent third wave, which is projected to occur in June 2021.
Currently, the COVID-19 statistics have remained consistent, with the numbers from Monday showcasing a considerable decrease in new cases. However, the biggest threat appears to be the state and its border control. This has been further highlighted by reports of circulating variants in India. However, the statement further noted, “Dlodlo said the police and military officers have tried their best, and even died while trying to clamp down on people not adhering to COVID-19 regulations.”
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— @SAgovnews (@SAgovnews) May 3, 2021