In a statement, his office said he was tested even though he experienced no symptoms. Ekurhuleni Mayor Mzwandile Masina has tested negative for Covid-19.
The test was conducted after he visited the Ekurhuleni Covid-19 Food Bank, where he interacted with various stakeholders, including political parties, non-profit organizations, hostel dwellers, faith-based organizations, the arts and culture fraternity, s.e.x workers, sportspeople, the LGBTIQ+ community and more than 105 business people and community members who made donations to the food bank.
His results were released on Saturday.
“I think it is important to test regularly if you are providing essential services to the public. Knowing one’s status allows me to protect my loved ones and the communities I serve. All essential service personnel working in my office took the Covid-19 test with me and I am pleased to report that all their results returned negative. We will continue to enforce our stringent hygiene protocols at the workplace and wear our face masks whenever we leave home, as directed by President Cyril Ramaphosa,” said Masina.
Essential service personnel in the Office of the Executive Mayor conduct daily screenings and regular random testing throughout the duration of the nationwide lockdown.
All essential service staff working for the City of Ekurhuleni can request a Covid-19 test should they experience symptoms related to the virus or if they has contact with someone who tested positive.
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Khanyi Mbau is an industry heavyweight as controversial as she might seem at times and we’d imagine how many fans of hers who would want to walk in her shoes. Well, she made it happen, Khanyi recently took to social media revealing she has given away all her shoes so that people can know what it’s like to walk in her shoes. continue reading
Source: The Citizen