Covid19 cases in South Africa have increased to 2.1 million, as Mayor of Johannesburg, Mayor Geof Makubo, reportedly died of its complications.
The new wave of the deadly virus disease is striking hard on South Africa with over 2.1 million recorded cases, and the country has been considered as one with the highest number of cases
Among the fatalities of the new wave of covid19 in South Africa is the Mayor of Johannesburg, Geoff Makhubo, who died at the age of 53.
Reacting to the Mayor's death, President Cyril Ramaphosa, has reiterated that the death of Mayor Geoff is a reminder that everyone is vulnerable to the threats associated with covid19. He added that measures are been put in place to curtail the spread of the virus in his country.
Part of the strategies to combat the deadly disease according to the South African Minister of Health, Mmamoloko Kubayi-Ngubane is that vaccination of citizens and residents between the ages of 35 and 60.
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