South African president with coronavirus: “He continues to have mild symptoms”

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Its president South Africa who was diagnosed positive in coronavirus on Sunday (12/12), continues to show mild symptoms of the disease, according to an announcement by the country’s presidency issued on Monday.

His infection Cyril Ramafosa, added, was the reason for delaying the booster dose he was going to do this week.

According to the APE BPE, the country’s presidency also points out the following: “The president remains in a good mood and continues to show mild symptoms.

“He reiterates his call for everyone in the country to be vaccinated, as vaccination dramatically reduces the chances of serious illness, hospitalization or death.”

It is reminded that the country has been in the spotlight after and after its location Omicron mutation in the south of the African continent. In recent days, an outbreak of the virus in South Africa, believed to be linked to this new variant, has resulted in the recording of approximately 20,000 new cases per 24 hours.

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