Church vows to continue wearing masks

The International Pentecost Holiness Church’s spokesman, Vusi Ndala, speaking at a briefing.
The International Pentecost Holiness Church’s spokesman, Vusi Ndala, speaking at a briefing.

THE International Pentecost Holiness Church Jerusalem said they will continue to wear masks.

The church said they always maintained Covid-19 protocols and would continue to take precautions.

They said they didn’t take the presence of Covid-19 lightly.

“We’ll continue to wash hands and wear masks until the end of the year,” said the church spokesman, Vusi Ndala, at their head office in Karenpark, north of Tshwane, on Friday, 24 June.

This after government announced the scrapping off of the remaining Covid-19 regulations. The rules on wearing masks indoors and the limit on the number of people at public events and gatherings have all been repealed. Health Minister Joe Phaahla published the latest amendments in the Government Gazette recently.

Ndala also spoke about their march on 28 March to handover a memorandum of demands to the police headquarters in Tshwane.

They had complained about their members being harassed by rogue cops. He said they were disappointed that the suspects hadn’t faced any consequences.

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