- South African musician Junior De Rocka has been having a blast in Hong Kong
- However, with the coronavirus causing panic, he's ready to head back home
- Junior shared snaps of him in protective masks and said it might be time to come back to Mzansi
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Junior De Rocka, a local muso who has been spending time in Hong Kong lately, feels he may be ready to come home.
This comes as he's walking around in protective masks to stay safe as the coronavirus is causing fear and panic.
He shared snaps on social media of him with face masks and captioned one photo with his desire to head back to Mzansi.
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Earlier, Briefly.co.za reported that a group of travellers from Hong Kong left SA citizens feeling concerned.
The group had South Africans doing a double-take when they passed through the Cape Town International Airport recently. While the travellers' face masks had some stressing, it is common practice to wear them in China on a daily basis - it serves the purpose of preventing the spread of diseases, whether a person is sick or not.
Meanwhile, a pastor has said the virus was sent by God. Rick Wiles says God sent the coronavirus to purge sins, warning people to walk in God's direction.
A lot of reactions have trailed the statement by the pastor with some condemning it. Not everyone agrees with Wiles.
This virus sure has everyone panicking in one way or another.
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