Cases: The Covid-19 JOC Committee verifies that as at June 27, an overall of 36,840 screenings have actually occurred in Ndlambe. 40 positive Covid-19 cases were tape-recorded– 34 active, 5 recuperated and 1 death. There is a delay in recording stats at district level. According to Port Alfred Hospital, 287 outcomes are pending, thus we can anticipate a sharp boost in favorable cases over the next 3– 4 days. The healthcare facility even more validates that there is approximately in between 8 -13 favorable outcomes daily from the health center.
Other departments are operating on minimum staff at present, and a notification to this impact will be interacted.
Clinics continue to be assisted by the town in regards to fortnightly sanitising.
Schools: Four schools in Ndlambe are currently closed due to Covid-19
R350 unique social grants continue to be paid at the Post Office, thus more foot traffic can be anticipated in this area.
Interaction: Awareness projects continue through the general public Participation Unit’s loud hailing system in all casual settlements. Routine updates are provided on Ndlambe FM and Talk of the Town continues to publish upgraded details.
Economic Healing Believe Tank: Partnership in between business and the Municipality continues with the first effective quick tracking of building strategies approved. Quick support was also rendered to a regional rehabilitation centre after a dire call for help.
Safety Measures: As cases continue to rapidly rise, citizens are urged to take obligation to suppress the spread of the infection by cleaning your hands thoroughly and frequently with soap and water, sanitising, using a mask covering both mouth and nose, keeping social distance and making sure that common surfaces are sanitised regularly. If anybody is concerned that they might have signs or have been in contact with a person who has tested favorable, please phone your medical professional, or go to the health center or center for screening by a health care professional.
The JOC committee is in consistent contact via Whats App and meets every Tuesday at 10.
The exhibition will take location 23– 24 July 2020.
Ubuntu: The role played by the community in assisting susceptible members of our society is heart-warming, and the Mayor wishes to thank each and every person who has actually donated cash, goods, or their time and competence in this time of crisis. We continue to appeal to members of the general public to continue to contribute to this fund, managed by Sunshine Coast Tourist. Any questions may be directed to Sandy Birch and Dr. Wouter Hensens. The banking information for Sunshine Coast Tourism is: First National Bank (FNB). Port Alfred Branch and account number62310501350 Referral: Covid19
SUNLIGHT COAST TOURISM ON BEHALF OF MAYOR KHULULWA NCAMISO