The national Department of Health on Monday said the South Africans who were brought in from Wuhan have all tested negative for COVID-19 and would be allowed to go home any day now.
It’s been 10 days since the group of over 100 was taken to the Ranch Resort in Limpopo where they are quarantined and kept under close surveillance.
The department said it would keep the group at the hotel for a few more days as it makes contact with their families.
Spokesperson Popo Maja said: “They are all healthy, without a shadow of doubt. No one in there has even any other condition that may not be related to coronavirus.”
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