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The Western Cape Education Department (WCED) has praised the matriculants who took to the call of vaccination. The department took to its social media platform to encourage matriculants to practice safety measures ahead of the final exams to protect themselves and their families from Covid-19. 


As school holidays have officially begun, the Western Cape Health authorities have warned all to be cautious as the number of COVID-19 cases may rise.


Now that Level 1 has settled in and we've seen an obvious decrease in numbers, we now wonder about the possible second wave. Western Cape is going above and beyond in trying to prepare for a second wave as seen in many other countries.


Government in Western Cape are urgently wanting the alcohol ban to be lifted to prevent any further damage. Many are suspecting, or rather just hoping, that President Ramaphosa's next speech will include the announcement that the alcohol ban will be lifted.


It's expected that Western Cape will hit it's peak in the Covid-19 pandemic in early July. The province is now preparing after seeing a massive increase in cases over the past month. 


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