Actress Mona Monyane advised South Africans to take basic protective measures against the coronavirus.
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Actress Mona Monyane has encouraged people to put their health first amid the outbreak of Covid-19.
The actress posted a video on Instagram this week warning South Africans about the virus anShe added that she did not agree with President Cyril Ramaphosa’s elbow greeting, suggesting people rather clap their hands as they did when greeting their ancestors.
“Elbow-to-elbow contact is high risk. If you start coughing and your lungs are tight, as if you have pneumonia and tuberculosis, those are the symptoms of coronavirus. So when you cough, cover your mouth.”
Mona pleaded with people to be safe and take the matter seriously.
“It’s nice to laugh and joke, but not when you are dying. Since you don’t know of someone with corona, or you haven’t came across someone who has it, does not mean you must joke about it,” she said.
Sis also advised her fans to abstain from going to parties until normality returns.d advising them to practice safety measures to prevent it.
Celebs should be busier than ever now, but due to the virus Prince Kaybee, Ayanda Thabethe and Anele Mdoda, have no choice but to stay at home.
Known for his muscles and serving fire hits with his tracks, Kaybee shared a video and snaps on the socials of how he is spending his self-quarantine time that got most ladies’ tongues wagging.Many can attest to how the coronavirus outbreak has left SA a different place to what it was a month ago, and Mzansi’s favs are among those taking a knock now that gigs, events and hosting shows are cancelled. With all the time on his hands, Kaybee shared how he was hitting the gym and making sure he built his well-known “biceps”.
Cava how hard this DJ is “working” it:Earlier in the week, Kaybee also shared that he was doing his bit when it came to social distancing and the measures he was taking to keep himself safe from the virus.
“I live in an estate that has a fingerprint feature. I have stopped using it, even if they have installed hand sanitisers right on top of the fingerprint machine,” he said.
Ayanda Thabethe shared how her time at home left her feeling all kinds of sexy.
With a caption that reads, “Self-quarantine but make it sexy. Seriously take all precautions and social distance as much as possible”, Ayanda is making sure she doesn’t lose her touch while in isolation.
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