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Covid-19: Bheki Cele Warn Against Dance Craze #JohnVuliGate

Cele insists that dancing in crowds increases the chances of a Covid-19 infection

Police Minister Bheki Cele has capped in on the #JohnVuliGate craze after spending a week moving around on Western Cape beaches.

Speaking during a Limpopo parade Cele had gone as far as saying that Mzansi is ‘banned’ from the dance this Christmas.

The Minister explained that dancing in large numbers increases the likelihood of catching Covid-19 and urged citizens to be vigilant:

“This thing [Covid-19] is back. It is vicious, it kills, and we want to be with you for a long time, so protect yourselves. You protect yourself by not allowing people to break the law.”

“There are no parties, there is no John Vuli Gate nasi istocko. There is no stock. When people have parties, close them down.”

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