Wednesday, 06 May 2020 10:46

Silence the guns during Covid-19 Featured

South Africa has one of the highest murder rates in the world; with guns being the leading cause. 23 people are SHOT & KILLED a day. During our #SilenceTheGunsSA campaign we’ll highlight stats and discuss solutions.


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C 19 PeoplesCoalitionjpgGun Free SA is a member of the C19 Peoples Coalition, an emerging civil society collective seeking to ensure that South Africa’s response to the Covid-19 crisis is rooted in social justice and democratic principles, and recognises our duty to prioritise those who are most vulnerable, who face the pandemic with hunger, weakened immune systems and poor access to housing, health care and social safety nets. Click here to know your rights

 

For help or advice on Covid-19 viist any of the following websites:

COVID-19 South African Corona Virus Resource Portal (www.sacoronavirus.co.za)

National Institute for Communicable Diseases (NICD)

World Health Organization (WHO)

South African Government

Call the NICD helpline on 0800 029 999 or save the National Department of Health’s support number 0600 123 456 and send a message on WhatsApp saying “Hi”.

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