South African President Cyril Ramaphosa has announced that an additional 70,000 troops will be deployed to South Africa to help prevent the shutdown of the country to stop the spread of the virus.

According to the BBC, April 22, 2020, South Africa has had 3,465 confirmed cases of coronavirus infection, with 58 deaths.

The country is constrained by the closure of the world's most restrictive country. But security forces struggled to force the shutdown.

Since March 27, only major providers such as health workers, financial service providers, journalists and retailers have been allowed to continue working.

Businesses that provide essential services are required to obtain special permission from the government to allow their staff members to go outside.

The restrictions include running outside, no alcohol or cigarette sales, no dog escaping, and not leaving the house, except in the more important trips, there will be a jail or a high fine for assault. Changes in rules: October