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Third wave overwhelms Gauteng hospitals

The Covid-19 third wave has yet to peak as Gauteng takes the brunt of the surge, with some private hospitals nearing capacity and public sector hospitals at 72% bed occupancy — and climbing.

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Chris Bateman
Chris Bateman is a freelance journalist

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