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25 more people confirmed dead on Monday evening in SA from Covid-19

The Covid-19 update that was provided by the National Institute for Communicable Diseases revealed that there were 25 more people who had died from Covid-19 in the last 24 to 48 hours . This implied that South Africa has so far lost 93451 people as a result of the pandemic. Twenty five is still a huge number who died recently.

Those deaths need to remain a reminder of the type of pandemic that is being dealt with in South Africa. It shows that the pandemic can be deadly, but if ways of helping curb the spread of the pandemic like wearing masks , social distancing and sanitizing , then people will stand an opportunity to protect themselves.

May the souls that were lost in the last 24 hours continue to rest in peace.May their families remember their loved ones by fighting to keep sage from the Covid-19 pandemic.What are you doing to be safe from Covid-19 pandemic?

Still with the battle against the pandemic, it can be noted that there was total of 18 171 tests were carried out in the last 24 hours. The number of positively identified Covid-19 cases in South Africa stood at 1 691 , representing a 9.3% positivity rate.

Another useful and proven method of helping protect against getting infected is by vaccination. Vaccination against Covid-19 is ideal and it has been proven to ne instrumental towards reducing hospitalization and even death.

Therefore, if you seek more clarification before you decide to get vaccinated, you can visit your nearest health center for free and reliable information regarding Covid-19 vaccines. Beside getting vaccinated, a call is made for people to ensure that they are in spaces that are well ventilated. Members of the public are also advised to avoid crowded spaces as they increase the risk of getting infected with the pandemic.

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Covid-19 National Institute SA South Africa

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