Nurse Angy Rabothatha, a beacon of light for Tshwane’s Covid-19 cases

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Nurse Angy Rabothatha. Picture: Supplied
Nurse Angy Rabothatha. Picture: Supplied


Testing positive for Covid-19 can be frightening and traumatic. Angy Rabothatha is among the many nurses who are part of government’s trace and support teams who help people with the coronavirus on their journey. She shared her story with Biénne Huisman.

Angy Rabothatha’s phone is never off. The Tshwane nurse makes around 50 calls a day to patients positive of the Covid-19 coronavirus and she is available after hours to them too.

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