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The country Receives Bad News As Covid-19 concerned || See Why



The people of South Africa have been battling with the issue of when will the pandemic end. This is because the pandemic has been in the country for a year now. The reason why the pandemic has not become the thing of the past is all because people are not told the truth.

The is about the use of vaccines were not revealed fully as people were last told that after receiving the vaccine there won't be any sickness. These were the words that were mentioned by Cyril Ramaphosa late at the beginning of January.

The people of southern Africa are now going to rejoice as the new variant that is discovered may not be deadly as explained. This is because the number of cases that were reported yesterday had the most unexpected decline it becomes a good pleaser.

The people of South Africa have been advised that they must make the best step in making sure they are vaccinated. This is because most people are still shying away due to the fake news that is spread over social media. This is because that fake news is the reason why people are not putting themselves first to vaccinate.

The president of South Africa Cyril Ramaphosa is now urging people to vaccinate as he wants to enforce vaccination mandatory. This has now caused a big confusion as people can't do something that goes against the Constitution of South Africa. People have the right to be vaccinated at their own will and not the way around.

Opposition parties have been tossing their heads and opposing what Cyril Ramaphosa is doing as it is against the people's rights and will. This is because even the ACDP leader Kenneth Meshoa has been warning Ramaphosa not to do this as it is violating people's rights. He also mentioned that Ramaphosa must stop doing what is good for the world order partners.

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