- The ongoing threat of the coronavirus has everyone suspecting that the virus is near them
- After public appearances by the Health Minister, Dr Zweli Mkhize, peeps are wondering about his health
- Many are worried that he is ill, but the Health Department insists he is doing just fine
The Health Department is not concerned about the health of South Africa's Health Minister, Dr Zweli Mkhize.
People have noticed that the minister doesn't look too good and he was seen coughing during a briefing of the coronavirus.
This got people suspicious and worried if he is alright and if he doesn't have the virus himself.
According to IOL News, Lwanzi Manzi the Health Department's spokesperson, Dr Mkhize is alright and 'people are so silly'.
The minister's health raised many concerns about the coronavirus in South Africa and how well the Department is actually dealing with it.
People are worried that someone was able to come into the country with the virus and only be treated days later.
The first confirmed case in South Africa, a 38-year-old man who lives in KwaZulu-Natal.
However, Briefly.co.za reported earlier that the married dad of two children feels that the 'worst is over' in his ordeal. His wife and two children are not presenting any symptoms at the moment and the necessary precautions have been taken.
With the country panicking, we took a look at signs, symptoms and preventative measures to help citizens get ready for a possible outbreak You can check them out here.
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