South African President quarantined after contact with a COVID-19 patient

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The President of the Republic of South Africa (South Africa), Cyril Ramafosa, went on self-isolation after contact with an infected coronavirus infection. This was reported on Wednesday, October 28, in the administration of the head of the republic.

“President Cyril Ramafosa began self-isolation because of a positive test for COVID-19 at one of the participants in a dinner that the president attended on Saturday, October 24, 2020,” it was reported.

According to the press service, the event was held in a hotel in Johannesburg, the dinner was attended by 35 people.

It is noted that at present the head of state has no symptoms. He will perform his duties remotely and follow quarantine rules.