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Captain Covid ‘calls for,’ flattening the curve, as Covid Cases,

start to flatten…??

by Azra Akoob



(8 August 2020) Captain Covid, Mr. Omar Abdulla South Africa’s leaving

Covid warrior who

spoke from his Johannesburg home this afternoon, says that cases in

South Africa and throughout the world

are starting to flatten

as world

cases top 20 million.



“Cases are starting to flatten as the world seeks new ways of

prevention against

the Corona Virus. This is by far one of the worst pandemics

of the century, and

we should all remain confident by end next year, this pandemic will end.’

he was quoted as saying.



Speaking to The Durban Times, Ms. Ayesha Moti

added that she has

been in quarantine

for the l a s t six months, she is dying for some fresh air and

meeting new people.



“I have been cooked up in my four-bedroom home,

and all I can

do is hope and

pray that this evil Chinese virus is brought to book.’



However, President of South Africa, Mr. Cyril

Ramaphosa said

on his online presentation

to the SABC that schools will remain closed, cigarettes will

remain banned and alcohol

will be banned.



“We are creating a new history in South Africa, and I

fear for Gauteng.

The province

has remained the epicentre with Western Cape and

Polokwane not far behind.’



Abdulla says that the global pandemic has seen the lives

of close to one million lost,

and yet people still attend weddings, parties and other

social gatherings.



“If we remain “At home; At peace,’ we will see the

curve start to go down.’



Meanwhile, President of The United States,

Mr. Donald Trump has been campaigning

online and has been losing in polls to Joe Biden.



“We would off seen much more Covid cases

if he was president.

We closed our borders

early to China, and closed business trade with all countries.’



Markets around the world have been boosted by

investments from

governments in the

form of social grants and interest rate drops.



“Trillions of dollars have already been invested into countries

hardest hit by this

Pandemic. We hope the curve flattens so that people can get

back to work and

more money will flow through the economy.’ spiked, SA

economist Mr. Isaac

Mabalala.



The Omar Abdulla Group is an investment company

into Footprints SA,

Bitcoin SA,

Forex SA, Instagram SA, Tik Tok SA, Dance SA,

South African Airways and Pretoria Print.



“We are confident that this pandemic will come to a closure once

a vaccine is founded.

Our ties with Mr. Bill Gates and investments with

Mr. Warren Buffett will further guide

our future investments.



The New York Times reported that President Joe Biden will

surely win the election in

November 2020, as cases start to drop and the economy is further

stimulated.



Concluding his remarks to The Gauteng Times, Mr. Omar Abdulla

says that many

thousands of lives have been lost, and intimidates good returns

from his companies,

as more companies seek to invest into companies that do well

with good returns.
Aug 2, 2020 8:02 AM CST FF News: Captain Covid 'calls for,' flattening the curve...??
thehottesthunk: Captain Covid ‘calls for,’ flattening the curve, as Covid Cases,

start to flatten…??

by Azra Akoob



(8 August 2020) Captain Covid, Mr. Omar Abdulla South Africa’s leaving

Covid warrior who

spoke from his Johannesburg home this afternoon, says that cases in

South Africa and throughout the world

are starting to flatten

as world

cases top 20 million.



“Cases are starting to flatten as the world seeks new ways of

prevention against

the Corona Virus. This is by far one of the worst pandemics

of the century, and

we should all remain confident by end next year, this pandemic will end.’

he was quoted as saying.



Speaking to The Durban Times, Ms. Ayesha Moti

added that she has

been in quarantine

for the l a s t six months, she is dying for some fresh air and

meeting new people.



“I have been cooked up in my four-bedroom home,

and all I can

do is hope and

pray that this evil Chinese virus is brought to book.’



However, President of South Africa, Mr. Cyril

Ramaphosa said

on his online presentation

to the SABC that schools will remain closed, cigarettes will

remain banned and alcohol

will be banned.



“We are creating a new history in South Africa, and I

fear for Gauteng.

The province

has remained the epicentre with Western Cape and

Polokwane not far behind.’



Abdulla says that the global pandemic has seen the lives

of close to one million lost,

and yet people still attend weddings, parties and other

social gatherings.



“If we remain “At home; At peace,’ we will see the

curve start to go down.’

Meanwhile, President of The United States,Mr. Donald Trump has been campaigningonline and has been losing in polls to Joe Biden. “We would off seen much more Covid cases if he was president.We closed our bordersearly to China, and closed business trade with all countries.’ Markets around the world have been boosted by investments from governments in theform of social grants and interest rate drops. “Trillions of dollars have already been invested into countries hardest hit by thisPandemic. We hope the curve flattens so that people can getback to work andmore money will flow through the economy.’ spiked, SA economist Mr. IsaacMabalala. The Omar Abdulla Group is an investment companyinto Footprints SA,Bitcoin SA,Forex SA, Instagram SA, Tik Tok SA, Dance SA, South African Airways and Pretoria Print. “We are confident that this pandemic will come to a closure once a vaccine is founded.Our ties with Mr. Bill Gates and investments with Mr. Warren Buffett will further guideour future investments. The New York Times reported that President Joe Biden willsurely win the election inNovember 2020, as cases start to drop and the economy is further stimulated. Concluding his remarks to The Gauteng Times, Mr. Omar Abdullasays that manythousands of lives have been lost, and intimidates good returns from his companies,as more companies seek to invest into companies that do well with good returns.
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