COVID-19: Tygerberg Hospital workers test positive
The Western Cape currently has the highest number of coronavirus infections and deaths in the country.
CAPE TOWN - About 150 health care workers have tested positive for COVID-19 at the Tygerberg Hospital in Cape Town.Authorities say those affected came from various parts of the hospital.Earlier this week, a worker at the Trauma and Emergency Department became the second health care worker at the hospital to die after contracting COVID-19.
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Tjooo instead of this Curve being flatten its getting sharper in Cpt & E.C Amen! I’m relocating 🥺 Cape town is a mess..💔😭 It seems like they are waiting for the Vaccine from overseas only, African leaders humble urself and collect madcine from Madagascar. Didn’t get it while at work.
COVID-19 LIVE UPDATES | SA will soon hit 20,000 cases of Covid-19The number of confirmed Covid-19 cases climbed by more than 1,100 in the past 24 hours. Wow just like that!!! And they still want to reopen schools. 😤 They can’t even install proper toilets at schools that still use pit-toilets. Whatever...It is clear that this B.S fear mongering is there to serve a completely different agenda 20 000 cases in 2 months? Seasonal Flu infections & deaths in the same period? Covid has a 99.95% recovery rate with embellished stats so you have a better chance getting murdered
150 Tygerberg Hospital staff test positive for Covid-19As many as 150 health care workers have tested positive for Covid-19 at Tygerberg Hospital in Cape Town, authorities confirmed on Thursday. | Day56ofLockdown not good news, hope they will be OK And the Western Cape Premier wants to go to level 3 despite the fact that the peak has not been reached in the province. CovidAfrica will support his request once the peak has been reached and there is a substantial decrease in the amount of new cases reported LockdownLevel3 Of cause they are,they are not wearing any protective gear as far as i can see.just a plastic thing and a mask .My God ,how do you intend to stop the spread in hospitals like that..
30 more Covid-19 deaths, as South Africa’s cases surge to 19 137South Africa now has over 19 000 confirmed cases of the Covid-19 coronavirus and 30 more deaths, Health Minister Zweli Mkhize announced on Thursday afternoon. | Day56ofLockdown WHAT PERCENTAGE OF DEATH IS TO THE INFECTED AT THIS STAGE,INCLUDING RECOVERIES. IT WOULD SEEM TO MANY THAT MORE PEOPLE DIE ON EASTER HOLIDAY THAN THEY ARE KILLED BY CORONA VIRUS. WE NEED TO THINK ABOUT THIS. 🙆♂️🙆♂️🙆♂️
Netcare welcomes findings into Covid-19 outbreak at St Augustine's HospitalNetcare has welcomed the release of the report into the cases of Covid-19 at Netcare St. Augustine’s Hospital. The report was initiated by the National\nDepartment of Health. The story of Corona Virus : Poor or Rich we are all not safe .... ... most likely.... no finding just assumptions. The hospital didn't install measurements to avoid that. Isn't the hopsital a place to get healthy, not to get sick ?
Covid-19 costs eclipse Discovery Health’s hospital claims savingsDiscovery Health estimates Covid-19 will cost the medical schemes industry up to R31bn depending on the severity of the pandemic
Covid-19: Lessons from a hospital discharge planning strategyLockdown and discharge from hospital have similar characteristics. They both should involve care coordination among all stakeholders to ensure effectiveness and prevent complications which may lead to readmission or worsening of the condition, writes Dr Brenda Kubheka.