WARD BASE WAR ROOM HEALTH FOOT-SOLDIERS TO VISIT COMMUNITIES

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Health officials from the Gauteng Health Department have observed that there is a slight increase in the number of COVID-19 cases over the past two weeks.

Experts warn that the country is likely to experience the fourth wave of COVID-19 infections during the festive season.

The Ekurhuleni district’s Ward-Based War Room (WBWR) team members are steadfast in taking health awareness messages to residents of the City.

Head of Department for Health and Social Services Dr Gilbert Motlatla said, “We have health foot soldiers who are focused on ensuring the wellbeing of Ekurhuleni residents.”

Hotspot areas are identified based on non-compliance to health regulations and no wearing of masks in public. Residents of the City are strongly encouraged to take the opportunity and utilise the services offered by the teams that visit their areas.

Services rendered in identified hotspot areas include, but are not limited to:

  • Door-to-door public awareness and education
  • Health screening including COVID-19 testing
  • Mobile clinic services

The WBWR team comprising of environmental health practitioners, health promoters and professional nurses will be visiting the following areas in November and December:

Date

Area to be visited

Time  

29/11/2021

Holomisa Windmill Park

09h00 – 15h00

30/11/2021

Mapleton

09h00 – 15h00

01/12/2021

Jeffis Park

09h00 – 15h00

02/12/2021

Plantation Farm

09h00 – 15h00

03/12/2021

Zama Zama

09h00 – 15h00

06/12/2021

Dalpark Extension

09h00 – 15h00

07/12/2021

Sallies Village

09h00 – 15h00

08/12/2021

Leachville

09h00 – 15h00

09/12/2021

State Mine Plastic View

09h00 – 15h00

10/12/2021

Brakpan Old Location

09h00 – 15h00

13/12/2021

Clayville Extension 45

09h00 – 15h00

14/12/2021

Tswelopele Extension 8

09h00 – 15h00

15/12/2021

Tswelopele Extension 8

09h00 – 15h00

17/12/2021

L & J Informal Settlement

09h00 – 15h00

 



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