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National coronavirus command to meet again this week, See what the meeting will be about


National Coronavirus command council has set another meeting that will take place this week. This follows the recommendations that were suggested by Ministerial Advisory Committee. The Ministerial Advisory Committee has suggested that the quarantine days after a person has been tested positive should be cancelled or discontinued for good.

This will be a difficult journey but the MAC is promising to push the matter as far as they could to make sure that the days of quarantine should be ruled out or decreased.

As South Africa remains to level 1 of lockdown, some certain grounds are still applying such as wearing face masks, social distancing even though most of the people are no longer complying with them.

Also, the fully vaccinated president of South Africa has just tested positive for corona virus just a week ago and this has raised a lot of controversy over social media.

Cyril Ramaphosa was spotted dancing in West Africa Ghana without wearing a face mask. The video really shaked South Africa as the citizens got angry at the president. " How do you ask your people to practice what you preach when you do not actually do and lead as an example?," asked a concern Mzansi citizen.

The president has again be warning people about the Omicron variant that is spreading to more than 10 countries now. More than 5 000 new cases are being recorded ever since the new variant breakthrough at the begging of December.

The president was also worried about the events that are taking place indoors and outdoors during the this festive season. He says they would cause more cases as people would forget that the virus stil exist and it os very dangerous towards human being

Cyril Ramaphosa has been reported doing fine regardless of having tested positive for the virus.

Just in: Gwede Mantashe just tested positive for corona virus today.

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