Non-medical staff fear Covid exposure

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Nokuthula Nkosi* is a public hospital administration worker recovering in a private hospital after contracting the Covid-19 coronavirus at her workplace.

“Here is a clerk who comes to the ward fully dressed in PPE [personal protective equipment],” Nkosi said in disbelief.

This is something new to her as she has not seen it happen before at Rob Ferreira Hospital in Nelspruit, Mpumalanga, which is one of the designated Covid-19 treatment hospitals.

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