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Ramaphosa finally speaks about the raising numbers of Covid-19 cases

So many people have been saying that the government and the media are cooking the cases since they are rapidly increasing in numbers. It was only seen that the numbers of covid-19 increasing only after the elections was not because they opened the country only for elections which only favored the president.

They now wants to speak about the covid-19 that everyone should calm down because they are not scary as they look like, he said that they are not going to close the country anytime soon even if it is festival.

Do not panic! He said on Saturday night in the face of increasing Covid-19 cases in SA

“I have been in touch with the minister of health about the virus and he said yes it(the omicron variant) is more transmissible, it seems, than others. However, he says our hospital admissions are not increasing at testing positive, they are not in large numbers being admitted into hospitals.

It is for the reason that i did say that we should not panic because it is possible, and tests and research still needs to be done and although omicron spreads, it does not seem to be resulting in greater number of admissions in hospitals and we should take heart in that,” he furthermore said.

The president was speaking during a press briefing shortly after reaching bilateral agreements and signing memoranda of understanding with his Ghanaian counterpart president nana Addo Dankwa akufo at jubilee house in Accra.

Both president talked tough on the band imposed against African countries, saying they were “

Ramaphosa said the new variant is going to be found all over the world and “we needed to learn to live with the virus. This virus continues to mutate, it started off as a first variant, went to second and third and going into the fourth and we might have right up to the 10th because it is a variant and it mutates.”

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