The department said the 42-year-old passenger from Switzerland who is currently on vacation in the region tested positive for the disease. .
In a press release, the department said the patient showed symptoms such as fever, nausea and fatigue.
The statement went on to say that the contact search process has been followed, where three contacts have been identified.
It is said that the contacts do not show any symptoms of the disease. The department has called for calm, urging residents not to panic.
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Limpopo Health Center calls for calm after first illness – SABC Report
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