LISTEN: How to ensure your entrance at the Ballito Rage this year

LISTEN: How to ensure your entrance at the Ballito Rage this year

"No vaccination, no entry," says organisers. 

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The event announced earlier this week that they will be continuing with their event which will take place from 30 November to 5 December. We were joined by Greg Walsh, the CEO of G&G Productions - the company organising the event.

The week-long music festival has shared that there will be strict regulations in place to make the event successful. 

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Access has been limited to only matriculants who have received the COVID-19 vaccine. 

Walsh further explained the procedures that will be taken to ensure that the event is safe for everyone. 

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If you look back, you will remember that last year's event did not yield the best results. It had more than 900 matrics from Gauteng contracting the COVID-19 after there were two pupils who went to the event despite testing positive.

So, one would need to share their vaccination card on entrance, but you will still get tested for COVID-19. They will not be relying solely on someone being vaccinated. 

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The event hopes to have daily tests for all the employees, organisers, and people contributing to the event. 

Walsh shared a personal story of not necessarily being a vaxxer himself, but choosing to put the country and the economy first, therefore he got vaccinated. 

"Whatever it takes" to make the country get back to some sort of normal. 

So, if you are a matriculant keen to enjoy some fun, then you know what to do. 

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