Proactive Measures to Curb Coronavirus
On 15 March 2020, the president of South Africa Cyril Ramaphosa declared a national disaster due to the coronavirus. I am in full support of our government's approach to containing this disease.
In line with the drastic measures announced and suggested to curb the spread of the disease, I will not be available for face-to-face readings until further notice. All workshops will also be cancelled until further notice.
I am still, however, available for phone / WhatsApp / Skype / Facebook call or video call and email readings. The quality of information channelled from spirit is the same over phone and electronic media as face-to-face.
Each and every one of us needs to take drastic measures to reduce physical contact to contain the disease within our communities but also to reduce the global spread of the disease. We will only effectively reduce its spread if every single person takes the matter seriously.
Recognising the gravity of a matter is not panicking or fear-mongering as some people seem to believe. Taking action is proactive and prudent. It's about being prepared and reducing the impact. With every disease or condition, a state of denial is dangerous.
Let's take stringent measures. Every action of every individual matters. If we all act in unison toward a common goal, we can get through this global pandemic as a nation and globally.
May God protect you during this difficult time for our planet.