- Da LES has revealed that he has caught the coronavirus for the second time
- Da LES shared that he has body aches, pain, fever and has also been throwing up
- Da LES' fans took to his comment section on Twitter to wish him a speedy recovery
Da LES has opened up about catching Covid-19 for the second time. The rapper took to social media on Monday, 1 February and warned his followers to take care of themselves because the new Covid-19 strain found in Mzansi "is not a joke".
The star shared that Monday was only his second day with the new variant of Covid-19. He also shared that it was his second week detoxing. Da LES wrote:
"Week 2 Detox. 2nd day with Covid for the 2nd time. Be safe guys please this new strain is not a joke."
A tweep took to the musician's comment section to ask him how did the health workers know that he has the new strain. Da LES replied:
"First time loss of smell and taste. This one vomiting, body aches, pain and fever."
Other tweeps took to Da LES' comment section on the micro-blogging app to wish the artist a speedy recovery. Check out some of their comments below:
"Stay strong bro and please it doesn't matter how you feeling just don't go to the hospital. Stay away from the hospital."
"Take vitamn C, Med Lemon and Corenza C and steam with Vicks you will be better or with Mhlonyane/Lengaana. Get well and God bless."
"Stay safe bro and remember hospitals ain't safe."
"Get well soon bro. You got this."
In related news, Briefly.co.za reported that President Cyril Ramaphosa has announced that foreigners living in South Africa will also be vaccinated for Covid-19.
The president addressed the nation on Monday night, 1 February. Ramaphosa addressed Mzansi a few hours after he and other government officials welcomed the first batch of 1 million Covid-19 vaccines from India.
Ramaphosa expressed that government will be putting measures in place to deal with the challenge of "undocumented migrants" in order to record and track their vaccination history. He said:
"We aim to make the vaccine available to all adults living in South Africa, regardless of their citizenship or residence status."
Ramaphosa also explained that no one will be forced to take the vaccine against their will.
"Nobody will be forbidden from travelling, from enrolling at school, or from taking part in any public activity if they have not been vaccinated. Nobody will be given this vaccine against their will."
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