South Africa will no longer require people who test positive for Covid and don’t show symptoms to isolate, according to new regulations announced by the government. The country has also reduced to seven from 10 the number of days required to isolate those showing symptoms. This follows a “substantial” rise in the proportion of people with immunity against Covid, according to a statement issued after a special cabinet meeting on Monday.
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