South Africa has been on Level 4 for some time and surely in the beginning of June it will be moving to level 3. The national lockdown has been moving with levels, from level 5 until it goes down to level 1. Moving to level 3 doesn’t mean it’s the end of our problems but they are doing so, so that other companies could be able to operate like usual.
Gauteng is now sitting on 2 343 confirmed cases while Western Cape is on 10 035, that means Western Cape is the province that has more cases than other provinces.
There would be a greater focus on townships during Level 3, as suburbs has more recoveries and fewer cases than in townships.
Gauteng premier David Makhura said we shouldn’t think that everything is over, if the peak find us anytime we should be ready.
We should also continue wearing masks when we go to crowded place and also keep on washing our hands or use alcohol based sanitizers.