COVID-19 LIVE UPDATES | 7,759 new cases reported in SA over the past 24 hours

2022-01-09 09:41:00 AM

Coronavirus updates.

Coronavirus updates.

Coronavirus updates.

.Participants prepare to take part in an ice-bathing ceremony during the annual new year Shinto ritual to purify the body and soul at Teppozu Inari Shinto Shrine on January 9, 2022 in Tokyo, Japan. This years ceremony was scaled back and closed to the general public as a precaution against Covid-19.

Hong Kong economy to be hit by Omicron wave, finance chief saysEconomists at Morgan Stanley and Bloomberg Economics have already cut their economic growth forecasts for Hong Kong, citing the delayed reopening of borders with China amid the omicron wave. 

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9,260 new COVID-19 cases, 140 deaths recorded in SAThe death toll now stands at 92,252. The positivity rate is at 20.2-percent. Voestek. Lies fk propaganda Gede!!!!!!!!

Covid-19 update: SA records 9,260 new cases and 140 deathsThe total number of confirmed Covid-19 cases in Gauteng sits at 1.143,740, with 1.108,966 recoveries and 20,233 deaths. Izwe liyanyakaza ake nime ngokhuvethe bandla ❤🙂💕

New Covid-19 cases increased by 270% globally since Omicron discoveryThe good news? Covid-19-related deaths were at their lowest level since October 2020.

Daily Covid-19 update: SA records 7,759 new cases, majority in WC and KZNSouth Africa currently has 147,754 active cases, while a further 119 Covid-19-related deaths were reported.

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Participants prepare to take part in an ice-bathing ceremony during the annual new year Shinto ritual to purify the body and soul at Teppozu Inari Shinto Shrine on January 9, 2022 in Tokyo, Japan. This years ceremony was scaled back and closed to the general public as a precaution against Covid-19. Nehammer, a conservative who has received three vaccine shots, has been conducting official business from home via video and telephone conferences since he tested positive. Image: January 09 2022 -08:30 Hong Kong economy to be hit by Omicron wave, finance chief says Hong Kong Financial Secretary Paul Chan expects the city’s economy to take a hit as a fifth wave of coronavirus infections sparked by the omicron variant takes hold. The government has yet to give economic forecasts for 2022, which is expected during Chan’s annual budget speech in February, but he said in his blog post on Sunday that he will also take into account the global pandemic, supply-chain bottlenecks and changes in monetary policies by western central banks in making his predictions. “I don't have any symptoms. Economists at Morgan Stanley and Bloomberg Economics have already cut their economic growth forecasts for Hong Kong, citing the delayed reopening of borders with China amid the omicron wave. The positivity rate is at 20.

  Bloomberg January 09 2022 -08:00 Citigroup to enforce 'no jab, no job' policy Citigroup will begin enforcing a ‘no jab, no job’ policy as of Jan. That's been my experience too,” said Nehammer, who will not attend any public appointments in the next few days. 14, making it the first major Wall Street institution to implement a strict Covid-19 vaccine mandate January 09 2022 -07:00 Omicron less likely to cause severe illness, studies show The latest variant of the coronavirus is likely to infect lung tissue than previous strains, based on hospital admissions in SA and research on animals January 09 2022 -06:00 Stellenbosch researchers may have figured out what causes long Covid A Stellenbosch University professor and her team may have cracked the mystery of what causes long Covid, which has hit up to 100-million people globally. A study by professor Resia Pretorius, the head of physiological sciences, found that an overload of inflammatory molecules trapped inside microscopic blood clots could cause of some of long Covid’s symptoms. The once-vibrant gateway to China sacrificed its status as an international hub to “Covid Zero,” its strategy for eliminating the virus by isolating itself from a world awash in the pathogen. Results of the research — using plasma samples from healthy individuals, those with type 2 diabetes, acute Covid and long Covid — have been published the journal   Bioscience Reports . According to the World Health Organisation (WHO), women and health-care workers appear to face the highest risk of long Covid, and the organisation has urged scientists to make understanding the condition a priority. Now it’s living with the worst of both worlds, after a couple of imported infections caused by the highly transmissible omicron variant started spreading in the under-vaccinated city, triggering renewed curbs.

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