Covid-19: South Africa eases its health measures

Covid-19: South Africa eases its health measures  Through the voice of its president, South Africa has announced that it will reduce its health restrictions. Cyril Ramaphosa detailed the measures, including the abolition of the wearing of the mask outdoors and but also of the negative test for vaccinated travelers from abroad.  “Due to the changing nature of the pandemic and the progress made through our collective efforts, we intend to lift the state of national disaster, as soon as public comments on the health restrictions published by the Minister of Health Health will have been completed," said Cyril Ramaphosa.  People vaccinated or with a negative test will be able to go to socio-cultural places, but the gauge remains reduced.  "48% of all adults have received at least one dose of vaccine ," the president added. "We are therefore entering the third year of this pandemic with more hope than ever. Although the pandemic is not yet over and we remain cautious, we are seeing many aspects of our daily lives returning to normal."  South Africa is the country most affected by the pandemic on the continent, with more than 99,000 deaths for a population of 59 million.

Through the voice of its president, South Africa has announced that it will reduce its health restrictions. Cyril Ramaphosa detailed the measures, including the abolition of the wearing of the mask outdoors and but also of the negative test for vaccinated travelers from abroad.

“Due to the changing nature of the pandemic and the progress made through our collective efforts, we intend to lift the state of national disaster, as soon as public comments on the health restrictions published by the Minister of Health Health will have been completed," said Cyril Ramaphosa.

People vaccinated or with a negative test will be able to go to socio-cultural places, but the gauge remains reduced.

"48% of all adults have received at least one dose of vaccine ," the president added. "We are therefore entering the third year of this pandemic with more hope than ever. Although the pandemic is not yet over and we remain cautious, we are seeing many aspects of our daily lives returning to normal."

South Africa is the country most affected by the pandemic on the continent, with more than 99,000 deaths for a population of 59 million.
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