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Low risk of coronavirus in South Africa’s water systems

There is no evidence that South Africa’s water supplies could become contaminated with the coronavirus responsible for the global coronavirus disease pandemic, according to industry stakeholders.

This emerged in a panel discussion in a webinar hosted by Messe Muenchen South Africa,

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