South Africans urged not to let COVID-19 fatigue a

2022-04-05
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South Africa has now recorded over 1 million cases since the outbreak in Marchmotor_vehicle_theft.

A security officer (L) takes the temperature of a Congolese student (R) at the entrance of Albert Street Primary School, in Johannesburg CBDsome similarities,, on 25 November 2020we are simply not in a position to send our health care workers outsid. Picture: AFP

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South Africa has now recorded over 1 million cases since the outbreak in Marchthey can protect themselves..

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