Unions call for Tygerberg Hospital to shut down

Unions call for Tygerberg Hospital to shut down #eNCA

2020-06-03 07:30:00 AM

Unions call for Tygerberg Hospital to shut down eNCA

Trade unions Hospersa and Fedusa are convinced the hospital has the potential of becoming a major breeding ground for COVID-19 infections.

“We were shaken by theamongst the hospital’s staff and instituted a preliminary investigation.READ:COVID-19: Tygerberg Hospital workers test positive"The investigation revealed that the hospital is becoming a breeding ground for COVID-19 due to the lack of preventative measures being taken to stop the spread of this deadly virus,” added Lotriet.

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The unions are now calling on the Labour Department to shut down the institution and for an investigation to be conducted.- Coronavirus Hotline Number: 0800 029 999 from 8am to 4pm, Monday to Friday.Help protect your loved ones by sharing this official

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