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Sad news -another Minister tests positive for Covid-19

Social Development Minister Lindiwe Zulu tests positive for Covid-19 (msn.com)

CAPE TOWN – National Minister of Social Development, Lindiwe Zulu has tested wonderful for Covid-19.

Her workplace made the assertion on Monday after she obtained her effects.

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Zulu has right now began separating at home and is said to retain her obligations without any disruptions.


She stated all of it commenced with a scratchy throat however she did no longer suspect whatever. However, when the scratchiness in her throat persevered she went for a Covid-19 check and received her consequences on Monday morning.


“I am feeling nicely and I can characteristic this to the fact that the virus determined me absolutely vaccinated,” Zulu stated.


Her contraction of the virus comes just as a new Covid-19 variant has been detected.


The new omicron variant has been declared a ‘variant of issue’ through the World Health Organisation.


“As President [Cyril] Ramaphosa emphasised final night time (Sunday), vaccination is the maximum effective tool we've got and it isn't too past due to get vaccinated before the fourth wave hits us hard,” Zulu said.


The usa may be hosting another Vooma Vaccination Weekend from December 3 till 5 and Minister Zulu calls on all South Africans from all walks of existence to take the Covid-19 virus significantly and get vaccinated. She also urged all residents to observe all Covid-19 protocols always via carrying a face mask, washing and sanitizing their fingers and retaining a physical distance.


On Monday, the National Institute for Communicable Diseases (NICD) said a complete of 2 273 new instances and 25 Covid-19 related deaths for the usa.


It stated 84 percentage of the instances accounted for came from the Gauteng province.


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