Ramaphosa tests positive for Covid-19
President Cyril Ramaphosa is getting treatment for moderate Covid-19 signs after evaluating favorable on Sunday (12 December).
The president began feeling unhealthy after leaving the state funeral in honour of previous deputy president FW de Klerk in Cape Town previously in the day, the presidency stated.
” The president remains in excellent spirits however is being kept track of by the South African Military Health Service of the South African National Defence Force.
” The president, who is totally immunized, remains in self-isolation in Cape Town and has actually entrusted all duties to deputy president David Mabuza for the next week.”
On his current check out to 4 West African states, Ramaphosa and the South African delegation were checked for Cpvod-19 in all nations.
The president and the delegation went back to South Africa from the Republic of Senegal on Wednesday (8 December), after getting unfavorable test outcomes. The president likewise checked unfavorable on his go back to Johannesburg on 8 December, the presidency stated.
” Today’s procedures in Cape Town were carried out in compliance with health guidelines referring to hand health, the using of face masks and social distancing.
“President Ramaphosa states his own infection acts as a care to all individuals in the nation to be immunized and stay watchful versus direct exposure.
“Vaccination stays the very best security versus extreme disease and hospitalisation. Individuals who have actually had contact with the President today are recommended to expect signs or to have themselves evaluated,” the presidency stated.
— Presidency|South Africa (@PresidencyZA) December 12, 2021