Ramaphosa had chaired a sitting of the Cabinet and also held a meeting with the Coronavirus Command Council on Wednesday. Recommendations were made to Ramaphosa during both meetings, and he is expected to outline a response following hotspot outbreaks across the country especially in parts of the Eastern Cape and the Western Cape.
In South Africa, as of 2 December there have been 4,173 new cases, taking the total reported to 796,472. Deaths have reached 21,709 a daily increase of 65 while recoveries have climbed to 734,305, leaving the country with a balance of 40,458 active cases.
The biggest one of the lot will be hammering out the rules and regulations regarding our COVID-19 hot-spots. Both national and local governments are set to reintroduce tighter restrictions in areas that have seen infection rates soar throughout November.
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