RBN Morafe Advisory

Effective 17 March 2020

 

In these very uncertain times, it is important that we, together, take responsibility and decisive action to remain healthy and promote the health of all those within the Royal Bafokeng Nation (RBN). Following the announcement made by President Cyril Ramaphosa on the evening of Sunday, 15 March 2020, we have taken steps which will guide our actions and interactions in the coming weeks. Below is an outline of the some of the measures we have taken so far.

 

 

What is Coronavirus (COVID-19)?

 

 

Who is most affected by COVID-19?

 

 

How we will manage the pandemic

There is no specific antiviral medication to treat COVID-19. If someone tests positive for the virus they are placed in quarantine until they no longer have symptoms. After this period they are tested again to make sure they are free of the disease before being allowed to return home. Not everyone who gets the virus will become very ill but because the illness so contagious, we have to be very careful. 

 

To help avoid infection and/or spreading the virus, you must:

 

School Closures

 

 

Other actions the RBN is taking

 

If you or someone you know shows signs of having the virus:

 

Other information:

 

Developments relating to COVID-19 are taking place on a daily basis and we will continue to provide updates as and when necessary.

 

Remember: it is only by taking individual responsibility for our actions and through working together that we will be able to play our part in containing the spread of COVID-19.

Together, we can.