Cyril Ramaphosa | 'We must maintain our vigilance' as SA records over half a million Covid-19 cases | News24

We must maintain our vigilance until we have no more coronavirus cases in our country. If we do not do so, there is the risk of a resurgence in those areas where the virus has now begun to stabilise, writes @CyrilRamaphosa

2020-08-02 08:07:00 AM

We must maintain our vigilance until we have no more coronavirus cases in our country. If we do not do so, there is the risk of a resurgence in those areas where the virus has now begun to stabilise, writes CyrilRamaphosa

We must maintain our vigilance until we have no more coronavirus cases in our country. If we do not do so, there is the risk of a resurgence in those areas where the virus has now begun to stabilise, writes Cyril Ramaphosa.

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