Covid-19 death storm is here: Funeral parlours battle to cope with demand, and government is increasing capacity in cemeteries. Meanwhile, doctors at Gauteng hospitals are having to decide who will and will not get treated with scarce ventilators & oxygen
The long-feared Covid-19 coronavirus storm has arrived. Funeral parlours are battling to cope with demand as Covid-19-related deaths around the country rise daily, and government is increasing capacity in cemeteries to cater for the deluge.Read more: City Press »
Thato Ntsoelengoe remembered fondly after succumbing to Covid-19 | CitypressThe wife of the late Kaizer Chiefs legend Patrick “Ace” Ntsoelengoe, Thato, who passed away in the early hours of Friday due to a Covid-19 coronavirus-related illness, will be remembered for her big heart and love for people, her friends told City Press
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