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South African President Cyril Ramaphosa Becomes Corona Positive

South African President Ramaphosa found corona infected at such a time. When there is a daily record of 37,875 new cases of infection in the country.

South African President Ramaphosa Corona positive

South African President Cyril Ramaphosafound infected with the coronavirus. After which he treated. They have mild symptoms of infection. His office gave this information on Sunday. President Ramaphosa found infected on such a day. When a daily record of 37,875 new cases of infection reported in the country. Whereas a day earlier the number of cases was 17,154.

South Africa Minister Mondali Gungubele said in a statement

President Ramaphosa started feeling unwell after he pulled out of an event in honor of former Vice President FW de Klerk earlier in the day. He said that the President is fine. His health monitored by the South African Health Service of the South African National Defense Force. He told that the President vaccinated and quarantined in Cape Town.

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Vice President David Mabuza got responsibilities

South Africa Minister Mondali Gungubele told. After the President got infected with Corona, all the responsibilities handed over to Vice President David Mabuza till next week. The minister said that President Ramaphosa has cautioned people to take the vaccine dose and take precautions. Prime Minister of India Narendra Modi tweeted wishing him a speedy recovery. “I wish my friend Cyril Ramaphosa a speedy recovery,” he said.

People who came in contact with the President advised for Kovid-19 test

However, people who came in contact with President Ramaphosa have been advised for a Kovid-19 test. Ramaphosa to given important information from the Corona Command Council later this week. In the fourth wave of the epidemic in the country, cases of infection are increasing rapidly. Omicron, the form of coronavirus, is believed to the reason behind this. Which was first identified in South Africa three weeks ago.

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