Time in lockdown has been wasted – Chris Hattingh
Since the lockdown began in South Africa on 27 March 2020, only 207 additional critical care beds and 350 ventilators have been added in the public health sector. According to a recent article on News24, there were 2,512 critical care beds available in the sector on 10 April, the number given by the then acting Director-General of the Department of Health, Dr Anban Pillay; as of 3 June the number was just 2,719.
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Publish date: 18 June 2020
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