South Africa’s Coronavirus pandemic rebounds twice on the 25th, with more than 3,000 new confirmed cases
Recently, the South African pandemic situation rebounded twice. In early November, there were about 1,000 new confirmed cases of Coronavirus pandemic every day in South Africa, and the number began to surge rapidly.
On November 25, the number of new confirmed cases exceeded 3,000. At present, the second rebound of the pandemic is mainly concentrated in Cape Town and the Garden Route area.
On November 27, local time, South Africa’s Minister of Health Zweli Mukez stated through South Africa’s National Television that the South African government is considering the idea of using “differentiated methods” for specific hotspots to increase the level of pandemic prevention in some severely affected areas.
Management and control, the South African Ministry of Health will submit recommendations to the South African National Coronavirus Command Committee in the next few days.
Local authorities in the Western Cape Province of South Africa where Cape Town is located and the Nelson Mandela Bay area of the Garden Route have issued pandemic warnings to local residents and said they are in urgent consultations to consider whether to tighten pandemic control measures.