Khanyi Mbau makes it clear she doesn't agree with gvnt on Covid-19

Khanyi Mbau makes it clear she doesn't agree with gvnt on Covid-19

- Khanyi Mbau has made it clear that she doesn't agree with how our government is handling the coronavirus pandemic

- The star said she doesn't agree with lockdown and its restrictions on people's freedoms

- Khanyi has previously expressed dissatisfaction with the government for reopening schools

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Khanyi Mbau has explained why she believes the government is approaching the coronavirus pandemic all wrong.

Speaking to media personality Macgver Mukwevho on his Podcast and Chill YouTube show, Khanyi shared her thoughts.

She said she doesn't agree with lockdown and thinks its negatives far outweigh its positives.

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She said, “And a group of people sat together and said ‘how do we break people down?’ Once you put someone into a space where they cannot move freely, you’re already breaking them down. You add fear on that. You take away their freedom and power and sweat, which is money, you have broken them down so much that naturally, your health is gonna go down."

Khanyi said she believes lockdown is doing way more harm than good.

The singer and actress said the stresses of lockdown will further negatively affect our health.

She said, “Then now you’re making them breathe carbon dioxide into their bodies, their immunity goes down further. So if you had to come in contact, let’s say you’ve been wearing a mask for two months now. You’ve been home in your sterile environment with your own bacteria, you come into contact with someone else’s bacteria, you’re gonna get sick, regardless but because your immunity is so low, it’s gonna blow out of proportion."

Briefly.co.za had earlier reported that Khanyi Mbau also doesn't agree with government reopening schools at this time.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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