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2021-06-12 08:31:00 PM

COVID-19 | New infections: 9 320, new fatalities: 114. The death toll is 57 706. Majority of new cases are from Gauteng, with 5 902 reported new cases.

Coronavirus: Follow the latest news about Covid-19 in South Africa and the world.

The total infections is now 1 712 939.It has recorded 127 new deaths bringing the total to 57 310.Gauteng has recorded the bulk of infections - 5 111.09 June 11:59How do we know if South Africa is in a third wave - and could there be a fourth?South Africa is on the cusp of a third Covid-19 wave with some provinces already there. The country hasn’t vaccinated nearly enough people for its vaccination roll-out to make a difference to the potential severity of this wave, experts have warned.

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By Sunday, only 479 768 (0.96%) of South Africa’s population of about 60-million people had been fully vaccinated, and 870 477 had received one of two shots of Pfizer’s Covid-19 vaccine.According to the former chair of the Covid-19 ministerial advisory committee, Salim Abdool Karim, a country would need to vaccinate well over 70% of people of 60 and older in order to reduce deaths and hospitalisations significantly.

South Africa therefore only has the natural immunity of those who have had Covid-19 caused by the Beta variant, that is the main form of the virus circulating in South Africa, as well as adherence to mask wearing, social distancing and hand-washing, to rely on. headtopics.com

09 June 11:57US pharmacist jailed for 3 years after tampering with Moderna Covid-19 vaccinesWashington – A US pharmacist has been jailed for three years after pleading guilty to tampering with hundreds of Moderna coronavirus vaccines, the Justice Department said on Tuesday.

Steven R. Brandenburg, 46,"purposefully removed" vaccine vials from their refrigerator unit even though they must be stored at a certain temperature until used, court documents said.The pharmacist was also ordered to pay $83 800 in compensation to the Wisconsin hospital where he worked.

09 June 11:55Indonesia reports highest rise in Covid-19 cases in over three monthsJAKARTA – Indonesia on Wednesday reported 7 725 new coronavirus infections, the highest daily number since 26 February, bringing the total number of cases to 1.87 million, data from the country's Covid-19 task force showed.

The task force also reported 170 people died from Covid-19 on Wednesday, taking the total to 52 162. - REUTERS09 June 11:54Russia's new Covid-19 cases reach three-month highMOSCOW – Russia on Wednesday reported 10 407 new coronavirus cases in the last 24 hours, its highest number of daily infections since early March, taking the national tally to 5 156 250 since the pandemic began. headtopics.com

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The government coronavirus task force said that 399 people had died, pushing the national death toll to 124 895.The federal statistics agency has kept a separate toll and has said that Russia recorded around 270 000 deaths related to Covid-19 between April 2020 and April 2021.

 - REUTERS09 June 11:53France, Belgium ease virus curbs as US decision boosts travel hopesParis – France and Belgium further relaxed their Covid-19 restrictions on Wednesday, allowing restaurants and cafés to serve indoors, while the United States eased travel warnings for dozens of countries as vaccinations boost hopes of a return to normal life.

The pandemic's impact on life around the planet was also illustrated on Wednesday with a shake-up of the list of the world's most liveable cities, with Auckland rocketing to the top on the back of New Zealand's successful coronavirus response.

With more than 3.7 million lives lost globally, many nations are still struggling to contain their coronavirus outbreaks, but the rapid vaccine rollout in wealthier parts of the world such as Europe is allowing the return of some activities considered unthinkable just a few months ago. headtopics.com

"A new step will be taken" on Wednesday, President Emmanuel Macron wrote on Twitter, when people in France will be able to enjoy outdoor dining and staying out until 23:00."Life will resume across our lands."If all goes to plan, French authorities will drop the overnight curfew entirely on 30 June. In virtually all of France, however, masks remain obligatory even outdoors.

Belgium will also relax restrictions, allowing cafés and restaurants to serve indoors. Prime Minister Alexander De Croo announced longer operating hours for businesses and easing of restrictions on sports venues and cinemas.European nations are ramping up vaccinations as they try to strike a balance between public health and reviving sectors such as tourism that were devastated by pandemic travel restrictions.

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 - AFP09 June 08:47Covid-19: South Africa records 4 209 new cases and 120 new deathsSouth Africa recorded 4 209 new Covid-19 infections by Tuesday and 120 new Covid-19-related deaths, taking the official death toll to 57 183.According to a statement by the national Department of Health, as of Tuesday, the country recorded a total of 1 704 058 confirmed Covid-19 cases.

09 June 08:46Post Covid-19 antibodies reduce the chance of reinfection for almost a year after initial infectionA new study has found that the risk of people being reinfected with SARS-CoV-2, which causes Covid-19, is substantially reduced for up to 10 months after their first infection.

The research published in Lancet Healthy Longevity investigated the association between SARS-CoV-2 antibody status at the start of the study and subsequent infection in staff and residents of long-term care facilities.09 June 08:44OPINION | Origins of SARS-CoV-2: Why the lab-leak idea is being considered again

Since the beginning of the Covid-19 pandemic, there have been various hypotheses to explain the origin of SARS-CoV-2. Read more: News24 »

Gift of the Givers to give medicines to clinics, hospitals after destruction caused by riots

Gift of the Givers’ Imtiaaz Sooliman says they found that 70 pharmacies, two huge pharmaceutical wholesalers and a pharmaceutical manufacturing company were burnt by looters and rioters.

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COVID-19 | Over 8,000 new cases, 182 more deathsSouth Africa technically entered the third wave of COVID-19 infections on Thursday. What is covid-19? Safa'saphela... MYANC propaganda/lies

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