'We cannot afford to shut down the economy': David Makhura

Gauteng premier David Makhura says the provincial government is working with the private sector and NGOs to boost healthcare personnel and bed capacity in the province.

2021-06-24 11:49:00 PM

Gauteng premier David Makhura says the provincial government is working with the private sector and NGOs to boost healthcare personnel and bed capacity in the province.

Gauteng premier David Makhura says the provincial government is working with the private sector and NGOs to boost healthcare personnel and bed capacity in the province.

Mellado said the large numbers of infections on Wednesday were a serious source of concern.“If the next two days continue to deviate from the predictions, it means that the infection rates may be out of control and tighter measures will be needed,” he said.

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In her presentation, Dr Mary Kawonga, chairperson of the committee, said eight days into alert level 3,the provincial government expected it to take about twoweeks for the full effects of the surge to be visible.“But yesterday’s 10,000 cases and test positivity of 37% was very worrying,” she said.

Makhura said shutting down the economy was not possible. He said the hurt that would come with closing the economy would be immense.“We cannot shut down the economy, we cannot ask the national council to shut down the economy. We cannot afford to shut down the economy. Slowing down the pandemic is in our hands,” he said. headtopics.com

The premier appealed to the people of Gauteng to limit their mobility.“We want law enforcement officers to be everywhere to ensure that regulations are adhered to. We have to clamp down on the disregard of regulations in Gauteng.” Read more: Times LIVE »

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