Health workers from the North West Department of Health were stationed at the Village Mall in Hartbeespoort on Saturday to advise community members on the Covid-19 virus, precautions, preliminary screening and testing procedures.

Pamphlets with all the necessary information about the virus were also distributed.
North West Premier, Prof Tebogo Job Mokgoro, will from Monday, 6 April, lead the roll-out of the screening, testing and tracing programme throughout the North West province for the duration of the week. They will be visiting Brits on Tuesday.
The Premier will be accompanied by all members of the Provincial Command Council.

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