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South Africans are happy lockdown will be over very soon as they rejoice over this good news

Ahmahle 06/24/2020

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Ever since the start of Coronavirus in Africa, South Africans have been in shock and fear for their own lives. A national lockdown was presented as methods for cointaining the infection and keeping it from spreading further to give the administration sufficient opportunity to set up all the necessities required to battle, forestall and treat individuals who have just gotten the infection. 

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This included more medical clinic beds, isolate rooms and various other things.

A brief time after few medical needs were made sufficient, the lockdown limitations were lifted and this solitary implied and caused more diseases for South Africans. 

More laborers were permitted to go to work and the quantity of contaminations started climbing up quickly.

This called for worry to every South African as no antibody or fix was known or presented around then. 

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The good news now lies in the fact that the new medication that is accepted to help in lessening and forestalling COVID-19 passings and diseases is working and indicating results. In spite of the fact that the medication has not yet been affirmed by the World Health Organization (WHO), it is being utilized by South Africans so as to battle the constant spread of the coronavirus contaminations, thus far it is demonstrating acceptable outcomes and South Africans are upbeat about this. 

The medication is called Dexamethasone and it is a modest steroid which is accessible from as meager as R149 an infusion. In South Africa the medication has been hailed as a major advancement treatment to lessen passings among seriously sick Covid-19 patients. 

Dexamethasone has been demonstrated to lessen fatalities by 33% in patients on ventilators. This implies 1 of every 3 truly sick COVID-19 patients won't die because of the viability of the medication. 

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Top Comments
+27-63651**** · 06/25/2020
will see coz your things are changing every day
SharonGoch · 06/25/2020
Come with facts not opinions. I will believe it when the President addresses his nation. We have been kept in the dark for a long time. The President fails to discuss all issues!!!!!
GUEST_O6ax48d4M · 06/26/2020
when 2021 l think then
SphamandlaMchunu · 06/25/2020
I think our government special Ubaba Cyril isn't care about us. When he needs to governor he's going to Shembe kraal why now

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