- A woman, @fancyDramancia, revealed on social media that her friend has tested positive for Covid-19
- The beautiful young lady decided to do something nice for her friend to show how much she cared
- She bought her flowers, a cake, chocolates and something to drink
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People are not only afraid for their own lives but that of their friends and families as well. One woman, who has been identified as @fancyDramancia, revealed her friend has been infected with the coronavirus.
The young lady wanted to show her friend that she cares and wish her a speedy recovery. She bought her friend flowers, booze, cake and chocolates.
While still protecting herself, @fancyDramancia dropped off the care package at her friend's gate and posted a snap of it online.
Her post read:
"Dropped this off my Covid-positive friend's place... by the gate. The Brutals are for her to speed up her healing process so she can get better quick! Get well soon Love."
Take a look at the post below:
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The confirmed Covid-19 cases have been on the rise in South Africa. Briefly.co.za earlier reported Health Minister Dr Zweli Mkhize has provided South Africa with an update on the Covid-19 pandemic.
In a statement issued by the Health Ministry on Wednesday evening, Mkhize confirmed that:
"As of today, a cumulative total of 224 665 confirmed Covid-19 cases in South Africa have been reported. Gauteng Province has now overtaken Western Cape as the province with the highest numbers of cases cumulatively."
Meanwhile, a team of researchers has found more potentially fatal consequences of the Covid-19 virus.
Experts at University College London said the virus could result in strokes, nerve damage and brain inflammation.
These problems could also occur in people with mild symptoms of the virus and so no one should be completely complacent.
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