Ramaphosa assesses Mpumalanga’s state of readiness for Covid-19



President Cyril Ramaphosa was in Mpumalanga on Friday July 3 to assess the readiness of the province in response to the Covid-19 pandemic.

Mpumalanga has registered among the lowest number of Covid-19 infections with just over 1,400 cases, seven people died.

As a result of the virus adding strain to health systems in other places in the country.

The president has again stressed the importance of using non-pharmaceutical interventions to combat the virus including wearing masks at all times.

“This is a very dangerous virus, we’ve got to protect ourselves through our behavior and we keep saying , and we will continue saying, that some of the protective measures we take in our toolbox as we’ve always suggested,” Ramaphosa said.

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