South Africa sees drop in omicron cases after one month

Doctor. Angelique Coetzee, president of the South African National Medical Association, was the first to sound the alarm in November. A new type of coronavirus has spread to the southern tip of the continent. Omikron took its course. Coetzee also appeased. Most patients’ symptoms are “unusual but mild”.

Many governments are issuing new travel and other measures as an emergency. Coetzee was surprised by the severe reactions given the mostly mild course of the disease. We needed to learn more about Metamorphosis, she said, and she talked about “a storm in a glass of water.”

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