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South Africa urges quarantine after ‘super-spreader’ student parties

South Africa urges quarantine after ‘super-spreader’ student parties

SOUTH Africa has urged school students who attended a series of end-of-year "Rage" parties to enter 10 days of quarantine after identifying four such parties as COVID-19 "super-spreader events". South Africa is experiencing a resurgence of new cases in the Western Cape and Eastern Cape, with President Cyril Ramaphosa on Thursday announcing new restrictions in the Eastern Cape but stopping short of a wider crackdown. Hosted annually, the Rage parties are popular with thousands of school leavers eager to let their hair down at events that can last several days. Minister Zweli Mkhize briefs media on his department's measures on…
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