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President Ramaphosa Tests For Covid-19


The President of South Africa, Cyril Ramaphosa, had testing done for Covid-19. The test produced a negative result.

President Cyril Ramaphosa has been tested for the coronavirus. The test came out negative. 

The test was done as a precautionary measure as the Presidents' physicians advised him to undergo testing. The test was done on 24 March and he received his results the night of 25 March.

The President holds a very important position in the country as the coronavirus pandemic overtakes the world, including South Africa. This would see him take part in various public engagements and for the past few weeks has had an endless amount of meetings with many different people.

Testing was therefore essential as he comes into contact with various individuals and if he were to test positive for the virus, he would pose a huge risk on the public and those he engaged with. 

If you are to experience any symptoms or have been in contact with someone who has contracted Covid-19, it is recommended that you get tested for the virus. 

The President made the decision to have his negative for the coronavirus result be public to assure the citizens of South Africa that the President has good health and can fulfill his duties as President. 


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