President Cyril Ramaphosa is expected to face controversial debates about COVID 19 and essential vaccines when he returns from his West Africa tour.
He landed early Wednesday morning and is believed to "go straight to the cabinet meeting." He left the country as infections with the new Omicron-COVID19 mutant increased and several countries imposed travel bans on South Africa.
Ramaphosa must still meet with the National Coronavirus Command before advising Senegalese reporters on how to respond to the new and rapidly prevailing variants of Omicron. Said.
Deputy Secretary of Health Nicholas Crisp said the president wanted feedback from a task team set up to consider whether vaccination would be mandatory.
"At the last Coronavirus Command Council, the president said he would like to receive feedback within about a week, and since he is abroad most of the time, we want that feedback. I'm looking forward to it. " Before making or publishing a decision, the president must weigh his options with many.
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