Covid-19 and African burials

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Funerals have long been flagged as vectors for the spread of disease, even with the new regulations to have 50 or fewer people present. Picture: Felix Dlangamandla
Funerals have long been flagged as vectors for the spread of disease, even with the new regulations to have 50 or fewer people present. Picture: Felix Dlangamandla

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The Covid-19 coronavirus pandemic has, without a doubt, left global health systems reeling in its wake.

To date, it has been confirmed that more than 628 000 people across the world have died from the highly infectious respiratory illness, with more than 6 000 of them here in South Africa.

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