- eNCA anchor Shahan Ramkissoon returns to air right after tests beneficial for Covid-19 on 22 June.
- Shahan will resume as host of The Guide weekdays at seventeen:00, broadcasting from his house in Johannesburg.
- “Im sensation great this 7 days and I’m prepared to bring you your latest headlines from my lounge,” he claimed in a video on Twitter.
UPDATE: Tuesday, 30 June at 14:44
eNCA anchor Shahan Ramkissoon is back on air, right after tests beneficial for Covid-19 on 22 June. In a video he shared on Twitter, Shahan claimed that he is “sensation great” right after becoming off-air and in self-isolation considering that tests beneficial earlier this month.
The Guide will broadcast from Shahan’s house in Johannesburg, weekdays at seventeen:00.
eNCA confirms that anchor, Shahan Ramkissoon, has analyzed beneficial for Covid-19.
According to a assertion unveiled by eNCA Shahan commenced sensation unwell past 7 days and was recommended to go for tests on Friday.
His success came back on Monday, 22 June and he will remain off-air and in self-isolation until eventually the conclude of the stipulated fourteen-day interval.
The eNCA anchor is section of a staff centered in the channel’s Johannesburg business isolation studio that was established up 8 months back as section of the broadcaster’s disaster management prepare.
The studio was established up to assist limit possibility and deal with the amount of personnel associates functioning in a single spot, in accordance with Covid-19 protocols.
The isolation studio is completely taken out from the channel’s key broadcast spot, and its operations have not been impacted. All personnel associates on the impacted shift, centered in the isolation studio, have been sent house to self-isolate.
The company is undertaking the required observe and tracing course of action to discover potentially exposed personnel associates. In watch of existing developments, eNCA has initiated even more actions to protect its staff, such as the addition of separator screens inside the studios operating rooms.
The channel will go on to keep track of the health and fitness of impacted staff.
Compiled by Graye Morkel