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Bad News To South Africans This Morning As They Receive This Shocking News || See Why



It has now been a long unexpected day for south Africans as more lives are still threatened by the pandemic. This is because more than 80% of the population haven't been vaccinated and this raises lots of alarms to the president as to what could be the best alternative way to ensure south Africans are vaccinated at full capacity.

Cyril Ramaphosa in his last national address announced to the country that to be vaccinated is not compulsory and it is never mandatory to be vaccinated. This is because lots of south African companies have been urging the president to ensure that the issue of vaccine shots is made compulsory to all workers.

Shocking news to south Africans today as the country received more unexpected news regarding the covid-19 statistics. This is because more daily cases are still increasing as more people refuse to be vaccinated due to the spread of fake news.

It is not yet known on who is behind the distribution of fake news to south Africans as these fake sources are backtracking the vaccine jab process to be slow. This is because the spread of fake news still poses a massive threat and ever since the president relaxed restrictions more lives are lost. This can then mean that it was a bad decision for the president to move the country to alert level 2.

Statistics of the 23 September 2021 seems to be getting worse as the number of death has increased to 155 compared to the results on the 22 September 2021. The country still has 52092 active cases with 2783 new cases recorded today. The recovery rate has increased from 95% to 95.2% with an increase of 0.2% recovery rate and things will only get better when the country is vaccinated.

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