President Cyril Ramaphosa addressed the public and explained the Risk-Adjusted Strategy for Economic activity.
President Cyril Ramaphosa explained the five levels of the Risk-adjusted Strategy for Economic Activity, an alert system with levels of restriction.
It starts with where we are now, level five, where the virus has a high spread and our health system is not ready.
Level four is moderate to high virus spread, with low to moderate readiness.
Level three is when there is a moderate spread of the virus and the health system is moderately ready,
Level two, the virus has a moderate spread and the health system has a high readiness.
Level one, there is a low spread of the virus and the health system has a high readiness.
President Ramaphosa lamented on the fact that despite cautiously opening the economy, the rules of the lockdown still apply. South Africans are urged to continue staying at home and abiding by the rules of the lockdown.
It is now compulsory for citizens to wear face masks especially if they going to be using public transportation.
Life will return to normal only if we abide by the rules. Stay safe South Africa and help stop the spread.