Durban beachfront getting back to normal
According to KwaZulu-Natal Premier, Sihle Zikalala, the covid-19 cases are declining and the province can relax its security measures.
While there is a decline in infections, Zikalala warned that there are still dangers of a second wave if people ignore the health precautions.
Most normal activities have resumed with precautions and health guidelines followed at all times. Under alert level 2 the beach was opened for exercising amongst other activities, however the numbers were still low. Under alert level 1 the numbers have increased and things are slowly getting back to normal.
Zoe Mkhize said things were getting better as numbers were slowly increasing during her morning jogs, with a lot of people getting back to exercising. I had missed my morning jogs near the beach and now that we are able to get back to the norm, this gives me such a relief added Mkhize.
“I still fear covid-19 but with the decline of infections one can only hope that the end of it is near,” said Mkhize.
With proper health precautions observed I can finally get back to organizing boot camps said Sandy Ndlovu. She also said that the beach front has beautiful spots for her boot camps and with things getting back to normal I can expect a larger audience to train with.