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South Africa bans alcohol sales again to combat COVID-19

South Africa re-instates curfew, bans alcohol as coronavirus cases spike

South Africa’s President, Cyril Ramaphosa, on Sunday re-imposed a night curfew and suspended alcohol sales as coronavirus infections spiked and the health system risked being overwhelmed. Coronavirus infection numbers had in recent days skyrocketed with at least 12,000 infections recorded daily, translating to around 500 infections every hour, severely straining health care resources. South Africa
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Oyo Govt adjusts school calendar, lauds stakeholders adherence to COVID-19 guidelines

Coronavirus: School reopens in South Africa despite virus surge

South Africa’s education ministry has continued with its phased reopening of schools despite the surge in Coronavirus cases. Grades R (five-year-olds), Grade six (11-year-olds), and Grade 11 (16-year-olds) are returning to school on Monday, a month after final year students reopened. There have been coronavirus infections among learners and teachers since the resumption of classes
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More than 200 students, staff test positive for COVID-19 in South Africa

More than 200 pupils and staff who returned to a boarding school in South Africa’s Eastern Cape province this month tested positive for coronavirus (COVID-19) on Tuesday, officials said. Eastern Cape accounts for around 15 percent of South Africa’s 101,590 COVID-19 cases, making it the country’s third worst affected province. The province’s health department announced
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