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Cyril Ramaphosa Receives A Strong Warning From WHO About Ending The Pandemic


Source:SAFM News Twitter account

The people of South Africa have been thinking and wondering what can it take for the pandemic to end. This is because the pandemic has been in the country for a while now and people are adopting new ways to live with the virus.

The new way is to always wear a face mask and maintain a social distancing which was very difficult for others to cope with. This is because it was very uneasy and hard to believe that the country can be heavily struck with such a virus as it is difficult from the rest of the virus that is haunting South Africans.

Cyril Ramaphosa receives a strong warning from the World Health Organization about ending the virus. This is because the president of South Africa has been trying to find new ways to end the pandemic. He tried to implement lockdowns restrictions by banning the sale of alcohol for onsite and offsite consumption which was a bad idea for him to do so. He also tried restricting social gatherings as they are super-spreaders of the virus.

Ramaphosa is warned that if he finds ways to end the pandemic he will have to face all the consequences he has agreed with the New World Order. This means that the people will know the truth about how can the pandemic end as the cure is alleged to be discovered.

It seems like the virus is controlled by the World Health Organisation as it sounds like they are the one that doesn't want the virus to end. They also have a say on what will happen when the pandemic has been destroyed. This is because Ramaphosa has been trying to find ways how they can end the National disaster as it is disturbing the plans of the president.

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