South Africans have mixed feelings after 100 days of lockdown

After 100 days of lockdown, the effects of the restrictions are taking its toll on South Africans. Many have mixed feelings while some are traumatised. Courtesy #DStv403

JOHANNESBURG - After 100 days of lockdown, the effects of the restrictions are taking its toll on South Africans.

Many have mixed feelings while some are traumatised.

For some, 100 days of restrictions have pushed them to the edge.

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Others are learning to adapt, trying making peace with the new normal.

The lockdown’s effects are clearly wide-ranging.

It will take time to understand exactly what psychological damage the restrictions have inflicted on the nation, especially as the end is not yet in sight. 

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