- Many South Africans have expressed concern that a third wave of Covid-19 may come sooner rather than later
- This is because a clip of a massive anti-Covid-19 regulations party has been making its way around social media
- A ton of locals have criticised the people seen in the clip completely ignoring Covid-19 protocols
South Africans have expressed concern that a third wave may hit the country sooner than expected after a clip was shared on Twitter of a group of revellers having the time of their lives at a groove while ignoring almost every Covid-19 health regulation.
Heading to Twitter, @Yoliswamakhasi shared the clip of the partiers who seemed to have no worries in the world about the deadly virus that is taking hold of the country and the world.
"Third wave loading eMonti!" Yoliswa captioned the post.
Soon Mzansi was in the comment section sharing their thoughts on the post. Read a few of their comments below:
"Black people are problematic and are selfish."
"The DJ is shaking hands! Star-struck... which part of we are in the middle of a deadly pandemic don’t they get?"
"Fun fact most transmission happens via aerosols so all gatherings in indoor spaces without masks, even your own living room with friends can get you infected. You don’t have to touch the virus, shared air is enough. It’s been a year and we’re not clear on this. Incredible."
"We will be reading about it in the next 10 to 14 days. People just refuse to take heed of the regulations and then blame government when they are sick."
In other Briefly.co.za news, South Africans are not impressed with a man in a viral video that has been doing the rounds online. The video appears to show a man removing his mask to purposefully cough on elevator buttons.
It has not been confirmed where the video was taken but many people believe that the video was shot locally. The video has resulted in social media users reacting in shock and disgust at the man's actions, according to Jacaranda FM.
Lehlohonolo Thejane said:
"This is not only happening in South Africa even here in Lesotho. My friend did this after finding that she is positive, saying she can't die alone. She even spoke without her mask and blamed people that chatted with her with a mask on, they did not know that she is positive, likely none of them died but their parents are still dying even now..."
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