Dozens of South Africans Exit Quarantine After China Return

President Cyril Ramaphosa oversaw the release of dozens of South Africans who had been in quarantine since returning from Wuhan in China earlier this month.

South Africa, which has the highest number of infections of any African country, was observing the third day of its 21-day lockdown to halt the spread of the virus.

Ramaphosa went to a remote resort near Polokwane city in the northern Limpopo province for the release of the 114 South Africans who had been isolated since March 14 when they were evacuated from China.

The group had been working and studying in Wuhan, then the epicenter of the virus, which was placed under lockdown for more than two months after the novel coronavirus was first detected in December.

Source: Aljazeera

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