The World Health Organization has updated its guidelines on preventing the spread of Covid-19, focusing on mask-wearing in community settings, treatment protocols, and clinical management.
The organization says people should continue to wear masks in public as this remains key to controlling the virus.
It also says patients who test negative on an antigen-based rapid test should no longer need to isolate.
The Omicron subvariant XBB.1.5, the most transmissible Covid-19 subvariant so far, is spreading quickly across the United States and was predicted on Friday to become Europe’s dominant strain in a matter of weeks.
#COVID19 transmission is on the rise in your community again? Here is how you can assess and reduce your risk of infection ⬇️
Wear a mask
Clean your hands pic.twitter.com/7cPSjasl9a
— World Health Organization (WHO) (@WHO) January 13, 2023
In other news – Photo of Enhle Mbali’s face on a packet of Durex condoms surfaces
Mzansi actress Enhle Mbali Mlotshwa‘s trolling has reached new heights after she has been photoshopped in the Durex condoms packets. This comes after the leaked cellphone conversations with Valentine Bango, where Mlotshwa told Bango that she and her husband were using condoms.
“I have got condoms…everywhere and in my car right now,” said Enhle Mbali to Valentine when she was asked whether she was using protection with Valentine’s husband..” Learn More