eThekwini mayor Mxolisi Kaunda Isolated after positive testing of Covid-19.
According to a statement from the city, Kaunda is isolated at home and “stays healthy.”
He urged residents to avoid “unnecessary relocation and over-distribution measures.”
“This second wave of Covid-19 is so vicious that so far we all have close family members, friends and relatives who have been exposed to it.
“This second wave of Covid-19 is so flawed that so far we all have close family members, friends and relatives who have been exposed to it.
“Therefore, we must continue to work together to smooth the curve, adhering to all safety protocols,” Kaunda said.
He warned those who “continue to sell conspiracy theories about the epidemic, to refrain from spreading misinformation, as it contradicts the accepted protocols in the fight against the virus.”
“We continue to be guided by science, as advised by the Department of Health.
“It is unfortunate that some people are spreading false information about the installation of 5G, linking it to the spread of Covid-19 in the city. “It gives the impression that we are a city devoid of technological innovation,” he said.