Anti epidemic effect in South Africa

Novel coronavirus pneumonia in South Africa reached 568919 cases in August 13th and 11010 cases died in August 13th, August 13th,

new China News Agency. It is worth mentioning that for two consecutive days, the number of newly diagnosed cases was less than 3000, and the cure rate was more than 75%, indicating that South Africa has achieved success in fighting the epidemic. < / P > < p > in this case, South Africa’s “blockade order” against the epidemic is expected to be reduced from level 3 to level 2 this week, and various bans on the public will be further relaxed. Especially under the voice of urgent economic recovery, the South African people are ready for a “new life”. < / P > < p > as a hot spot here, the abolition of the ban on the sale of tobacco products has become one of the focuses of South African society. In response, the South African tobacco transformation alliance issued a statement calling on the South African government to lift the ban on the industry and resume normal sales of tobacco products. Since novel coronavirus pneumonia was launched in March 27th, the

has declared that the “ban on smoking” has been in force for more than four months, during which more than 296000 people have been affected by their normal work and life. At the same time, the ban on the sale of tobacco products has also led to rampant illegal tobacco sales activities in South Africa, resulting in the loss of more than 4 billion rand in the relevant tax revenue of the South African government. Novel coronavirus pneumonia, novel coronavirus pneumonia, has been the only tobacco product ban in the world since

, Sarac, chairman of the tobacco transformation Union, but no evidence has been given to ban tobacco products against the new crown pneumonia outbreak. “For South Africa’s tobacco industry under the ban, the only winners are smugglers and illegal salesmen,” he said. According to our calculations, the South African government loses about 35 million Rand a day in taxes. ”