As the South African media is continuing to reports about the increase in Corona Virus (Covid-19) cases in the country, and particularly in the Gauteng province, there could also be some very bad news for South Africans who are planning to go back home or visit their friends and relatives during the festive season.
According to reports, Health Minister Dr Joe Phaahla has stated that the government could possibly consider implementing an inter provincial travel ban in the country this festive season, as a result of the reported sharp increase of Corona Virus (Covid-19) infections.
In other Corona Virus related news, President Cyril Ramaphosa's meeting with the National Corona Virus Command Council that was scheduled for Sunday 28 November, has now been rescheduled for today (27 November).
"NCCC MEETING BROUGHT FORWARD
The National Coronavirus Command Council meeting which was earlier announced as scheduled for Sunday, 28 November 2021, has been brought forward to Saturday, 27 November 2021."
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