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Covid-19 Cases In The Past 5 Days

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South Africa has been seeing some concerning figures of Covid-19 in the past 5 days and this has left many suggestions about tighter restrictions. However, there has been some green light in terms of the number of deaths as there have been very low figures as compared to the previous waves. Many South Africans were expecting President Cyril Ramaphosa to address the nation this past weekend due to the Covid-19 cases that came out of nowhere. Also, people shared different opinions about another lockdown in December as many people will be looking forward to having some good time with their families and loved ones.

There have been some concerning figures of Covid-19 cases lately and people have already suggested many things that they feel should be closed in order to protect people from contracting the virus. The country is currently placed on lockdown level 1 and many economic and social activities are still allowed regardless of these Covid-19 figures. People are still allowed to gather in spaces such as clubs and other entertainment places. Some people have already highlighted that they might as well start their December holidays early to avoid any disappointment that might come from the president.

Check the latest Covid-19 cases here:


There have been a lot of suggestions that have been put out by many people in terms of what should occur to try and avoid more cases but shutting down the country completely should not be an option now. There are a number of people who have taken the initiative to go and vaccinate and the government should find more ways of persuading people to go and vaccinate. However, there is no need of forcing people to take the vaccine as people have different ideas and opinions about vaccines in general.

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