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Bad News For Gauteng And KZN Residents This Morning

Covid-19: South Africa records 2 967 new confirmed cases, and 124 fatalities. The country has recorded 2967 new Covid-19 cases and 124 fatalities to 86500 on Wednesday. According to a statement that was issued by the National Institute for Communicable Diseases (NICD), as of Wednesday, the country recorded 2 889 298 laboratory confirmed cases.

Gauteng is number one with 914 786 confirmed cases, followed by KwaZulu-Natal with 508 613 and the Western Cape at 507 328. A total of 16 560 718 vaccines have been administered in the last 24 hours. The government is urging citizens to get vaccinated as soon as possible, this is to avoid a possible forth wave of infections.

There are still individuals who are scared of the vaccine due to several reasons like possible deaths, illness, religion, and many more. Most of these people believe that the vaccine has killed a lot of people and it is there to depopulate the nation, so they do not want to help whoever is trying to depopulate us by taking the vaccine.

The people have died after taking the vaccine and now they health experts and the government has responded to the questions that were being asked by South African citizens. They are saying those people that day after taking the vaccine are not killed by the vaccine itself, but their own underlying illnesses as well as COVID-19.

It has been revealed that most of these individuals would have been sick with Covid-19, or having their own underlying illnesses which cause them to die. So now another question has raised because people were told that the vaccine protects people from dying even when they are COVID-19 positive, so now they’re wondering how those people who succumb to it die.

It seems like the vaccine is not for people who are already COVID-19 positive, but it protects you when you get COVID-19 when you have already vaccinated.

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Gauteng KZN KwaZulu-Natal National Institute for Communicable South Africa


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