- Clement Moasa is worried about his people who live in villages without proper water supply
- South Africans are being told that they should wash their hands often but they can't if there is no water
- Clement is also wearing a mask and not taking any chances when it comes to the virus
Clement Moasa recently expressed his worry about the people in South Africa who do not have access to proper water supplies - the people in rural villages.
This comes as everyone is being urged to wash their hands regularly to help stop the fast-spreading coronavirus.
Clement is concerned for those who don't have the means to wash their hands often and thoroughly.
This comes as people get more and more worried about the dreaded virus and its rapid spread.
Clement took to social media to share how he feels. He's also wearing a mask and 'not taking chances'.
Briefly.co.za reported that South Africa's confirmed cases of the coronavirus have spiked to 85 - a worrying spike.
Included in this figure are eight cases of local transmission.
Minister of Transport Fikile Mbalula provided an important update with regards to the travel ban. This follows President Cyril Ramaphosa's address on the coronavirus and precautionary measures.
Travel restrictions will apply to high-risk countries and airport staff will be required to wear gloves and masks.
Meanwhile, scientists started the first human trials for possible Covid-19 vaccine. The vaccine will be administered to 45 young, healthy volunteers in different doses. The goal of the trial is to find out if the vaccines have worrisome side-effects before expanding the testing to more people.
Health experts said it may take up to 18 months before a potential vaccine can be fully developed for release.
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