Zulu said on Monday that she went for a test after a persevering sore throat.
"Everything began with a scratchy throat and I presumed nothing, however when it persevered, I took the Covid-19 test yesterday [Sunday] and got the outcomes toward the beginning of today. I'm feeling good and I can ascribe this to the way that the infection thought that I'm completely immunized."
Zulu said she would keep on completing her obligations from home.
She spoke to South Africans to get immunized as the public authority was increasing its mission to arrive at populace insusceptibility in the midst of the development of the Omicron variation.
"As President Ramaphosa accentuated the previous evening, inoculation is the most integral asset we have and it isn't past the point where it is possible to get immunized before the fourth wave hits us hard."
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