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Jan. 3, 2022

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Majoro is safe from COVID-19

Majoro is safe from COVID-19

Prime Minister Dr Moeketsi Majoro

Story highlights

  • The PM had gone on a week-long self-isolation at home
  • He contracted Covid in August but he quickly recovered

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PRIME Minister Dr Moeketsi Majoro has fully recovered from COVID-19 after he contracted the virus last week, his press attaché, Buta Moseme has confirmed.

He reported in a press release that the premier who tested positive for the virus on Christmas Eve ended his self-isolation this week.

Mr Moseme said as a prerequisite, Dr Majoro had to take another COVID-19 test on December 31 and the results came out negative.
“Therefore, Dr Majoro wishes to convey his appreciation to all Basotho for their support during this period. He has also resumed his duties,” he said.

Prior to taking the test, Dr Majoro had flu symptoms and he decided to take the rapid antigen test last week and the results came out positive.

Later that day, he took the PCR tests and the results also came out positive the following day.

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He thereafter went for a week-long self- isolation at his residence where he was under close observation of his physician.

This was not the first time that Dr Majoro had tested positive for the virus as in August 2021 he tested positive though he quickly recovered afterwards. LeNA

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