President Cyril Ramaphosa is expected to address the nation this week and the country is excited that we could be moving to level 1 of the lockdown.
A lot of hints have been thrown around that the president might announce the easing of the lockdown rules as part of his address.
Citizens showed their excitement for the possible new freedom as tweets flooded under #Level1 on Twitter. Well, some are not for the responsibilities that might come with lockdown level one.
The easing of lockdown regulations, might lead to unban of international travel to allow tourism industry to be functional. This could also lead to opening of all industries that contribute to the economic sector.
It is not clear about recreational facilities like Stadium, and other fields that require multitude of people.
Presure wages as Ramaphosa is expected to address the nation, following consultations with the NCCC regards to declining of COVID-19 cases. However, this forces ministerial to consider crapping out lockdown completely.
“So going back to #Level1 means going back to class? Count me out.”
— F R A N Z I T O (@Zitonation_rsa) September 15, 2020
“@CyrilRamaphosa we are going to #Level1 💃🏻💃🏻❤️”
— mpho nkake 🏳️🌈 (@Mphossible_N) September 15, 2020
“As we move to lockdown #Level1, we need to be more cautious than before. The virus is still very much alive amongst us. Please let’s continue to Wash our hands, sanitize, wear musk and keep social distance at all times.”
As we move to #Level1, we need to be more cautious than before. The virus is still very much alive amongst us. Please let's continue to Wash our hands, sanitize, wear musk and keep social distance at all times.
— Sonndi🇿🇦 (@Sonndi_M) September 15, 2020
“Hit a like if u can’t wait for that #Level1 walking on the street like this 💃😂”
— khanyisile Jamani 😊❤️🇿🇦 (@khanyisilejaman) September 15, 2020
“Rama-postponer will not take us to level 1 but advanced level 2 which is basically level 1. Watch the space #Level”.
— Dakalo Masakona Makhethakhetha (@Dakalo_Masakona) September 15, 2020
BY Bongekile Khumalo