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COVID-19 no Longer a Serious Problem in South Africa Normal Life to Resume Again?


The National Institute for Communicable Diseases reported on Monday that only 201 new Covid-19 infections had been recorded in South Africa in the previous 24 hours.

According to the most recent department of health data, there were also 29 deaths over the same time period.Since the coronavirus outbreak began in March of last year, there have been 2,912,346 confirmed cases and 88,346 fatalities in South Africa.

KwaZulu-Natal had the most new cases (57), followed by Gauteng (44) and the Western Cape (42). (33). There were no more than 30 infections in any other province, with four provinces reporting single digits for new cases.

In the last 24 hours, the NICD reported 52 new hospital admissions, bringing the total number of patients receiving treatment in the country's hospitals to 5,381.

The Coronavirus seems to no longer be a deadly threat in the country of South Africa as less and less cases are reported daily.The peak period seems to have passed in South Africa and the virus seems to be managed pretty well by the Healthcare System but the Question still stands, Why are we still on Lockdown?.

South Africa has been on Lockdown for a year and 7 months now while other countries all over the world have lifted Bans and life seems to be getting back to normal.Other countries such as the United States of America have Ditched masks and are now going about their lives wearing no masks.

Countries in Europe have allowed back Crowds in Stadiums and shows,Live concerts with thousands of people are allowed yet again but South Africa is still stuck on Lockdown which many South Africans Ask why?.

Do you think It's time for the country to go back to normal life and lift the Lockdown?.Do you think the government will make this move or do you think the country will be bumped yet another level higher?.

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