A senior official in the Limpopo premier’s office has tested positive for the coronavirus.
According to a statement, the officer is in quarantine and everyone who came in contact with him was notified and advised to self-isolate.
All health and safety protocols were followed and the affected offices in Grobler and Church Streets in Polokwane were temporarily closed. Employees are kept informed of the situation.
Since the inception of the state of restraint, a minimum of staff in the Prime Minister’s Office has been working in office.
According to the statement, this is the second coronavirus case in the prime minister’s office after a police officer tested positive three months ago.
Limpopo Premier Stanley Mathabatha has asked residents not to brand people who have the virus among members. “We can overcome the virus together. Just because someone has tested positive does not mean they are dying. Let’s support each other in these times. “