A train that carries a variety of clinics in its coaches is set to assist KwaZulu-Natal in its fight against Covid-19, officials said on Tuesday. The Transnet-Phelophepa healthcare train clinic will see an increase in testing capacity for the virus in the province. READ | UN hails SA's 'strong' Covid-19 response"We recognise the importance of the Covid-19 impact and we knew that with this asset, we could make the necessary impact," Health MEC Nomagugu Simelane-Zulu said on Tuesday. She added the train would be stationed in KwaZulu-Natal for a number of weeks."We will use it in five different districts," Simelane-Zulu said.The train's first stop will be in Phoenix, followed by the iLembe, King Cetshwayo and Ugu districts as well as Ulundi in Zululand. WATCH: This is the inside of the Transnet-Phelophepa healthcare train clinic. It is aimed at boosting the testing capacity for Covid-19 in KZN. It was launched in Phoenix today. @News24 @TeamNews24 #COVID19SouthAfrica #lockdown2020 pic.twitter.com/7Stto2j4HR— Kaveel Singh (@kaveels) May 19, 2020"The train will spend two weeks in each area," she said.How can the train help? This is the Transnet-Phelophepa healthcare train clinic. It is aimed at boosting the testing capacity for Covid-19 in KZN. It is being launched by Premier @sziks at Phoenix Train Station this morning. @News24@TeamNews24 #COVID19SouthAfrica #lockdown2020 pic.twitter.com/g1yUDIXBLu— Kaveel Singh (@kaveels) May 19, 2020She said many of the areas they would visit had already suffered strain during normal conditions. Outbreak"Now, they are severely over-burdened with [Covid-19] disease."Suddenly, this outbreak came upon us. As Transnet, we were mandated to come around joining the challenge of flattening the curve."Mashaphu said it was important for the most vulnerable to be served. "Going forward, we will ensure people who deserve this service will actually get it."