Limpopo establishes a war room to fight the second possible wave of COVID-19

In response to Minister of Health, Dr. Zweli Mkhize’s warning about the second wave of coronavirus, Limpopo Health MEC, Dr. Phophi Ramathuba and her provincial team assembled in a war room to monitor the province’s current COVID-19 situation and plan to fight the expected leap.

Dr. Mkhize has warned of a second wave of Covid-19 if South Africans do not change their behaviour.

He said that although the data showed the number of coronavirus infections in South Africa gradually slowing down, he added that we are not out of risk yet.

“While the Covid-19 wave could end soon, a second wave could emerge if residents became complacent,” said Dr. Mkhize.

Total number of cases registered at Limpopo in the last 24 hours:

Polokwane in the Capricorn district registered 13 new cases. Mopani District recorded 8 cases, namely 4 infections in Ba-Phalaborwa, 1 in Greater Giyani, 1 in Greater Letaba, and 4 in Greater Tzaneen.

Five infections have been reported at Elias Motswaledi in Sekhukhuni district.

In Makhado, under Vhembe district, three people were infected.

In the Waterberg district, 3 people were infected in Lephalale, 1 in Modimole-Mookpopong, 3 in Thabazimbi and 1 in Mogalakwena.

Since the outbreak of the virus in March, Limpopo has recorded a total of 16,325 infections, 16,388 recoveries, 507 active cases and 430 deaths.

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