It looks like the virus is spreading in Generations: The Legacy, as more people have been put into quarantine. The clock is ticking for medical teams to find a cure before it's too late.
Kabisi found Smanga in a bad state and alerted Sphe. Luckily she recognised the symptoms and rushed Smanga to the hospital. She also placed him under quarantine with Ayanda, and both have come to realise how deadly this unknown virus is.
Upon trying to research the dreaded infection, the medical teams have come up with a name. They called it the 'Vutha' virus, but are still searching for a cure.
The medical teams also made a public announcement so that they can narrow the search down for other unsuspecting victims as well as to alert the community to be aware of the symptoms and get medical help immediately.
Meanwhile, after the public announcement, the Diales realised that their beloved Lerato was also infected. They rushed her to hospital, and that's where Sphe discovered from Lerato that Jerah and her were the ones who admitted the inital carrier to hospital. Could Jerah also be infected?
Viewers were really taken aback by this new medical threat. Take a look at some of their comments below:
But some people were also realy disturbed by the scritpwriters' ideas of adding a twist to the tale, especially something so disgusting as the Vutha virus. Take a look at the comments below:
Tweeps also laughed at the name the scriptwriter decided gave this virus.
Another questioned how Sphe is still fine, even though she touched so many victims carrying the virus. Which makes perfect sense.
Meanwhile, Lucy overheard Gog'Flo's conversation with her friends about her dressing and she started to wonder if she needed a change in the way she looks. But luckily Mrezka said he loved the way she looked and being different because that's what made him fall in love with her.
After Sphe found out the truth about Tshidi's paternity test, she tried to tell Kumkani, but he dismissed their conversation and said he wanted to make Tshidi happy. Sphe eventually decided to stay out of their business after seeing how happy they were.
But viewers didn't like her snooping around and breaking patient-doctor confidentiality.
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