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New Covid-19 Reports Is A Call For South Africans To Be Very Careful

The current state of South Africa is very alarming, people need to be careful where they visit and who they communicate with. Recent publications from eNCA news disclosed that Sout Africa recorded 8561 new cases of Covid-19 and 28 deaths due to the virus. 

With the current reports from the news channel, South Africans need to take good measures to protect themselves against the deadly virus. The virus is increasing daily, people need to make effort to take the Covid-19 vaccines so that they can be safe. 

To protect yourself from contracting the Covid-19, you need to do what I would be mentioning below.

If you don't want to get the virus, you need to stop gathering in-crowd as the virus can easily be spread when an individual infected with the virus is in the crowd.

Secondly, you need to be putting on a nose mask anytime you are going out in the public. Putting on a nose mask is very important because it can stop you from contracting the Covid-19.

Thirdly, if you don't have anything very important to do outside, stay at home and find something interesting to do. Read a book or try new things at home.

Fourthly, endeavor to wash your hands regularly because the bacteria can be in your hands and can be transmitted to your body. Surfaces should also be washed with good anti-bacteria.

Finally, if you have not taken the Covid-19 vaccine, make sure you take all the jabs recommended by the government. The vaccine would make your body resistant to the virus.

The recent variant in South Africa has created fear in the minds of people, don't panic, just observe all the proper Covid-19 rules. Omicron variants shouldn't be what people should be scared of, just follow all guidelines provided by the government and you would be safe.

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