‘Covid-19 will be here for a while’

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The pandemic continues its rampage, with more than 56 million confirmed cases globally, over 1.3 million dead and 220 countries under its deadly attack. Picture: Alexander Avilov/Moscow News Agency/Handout via Reuters
The pandemic continues its rampage, with more than 56 million confirmed cases globally, over 1.3 million dead and 220 countries under its deadly attack. Picture: Alexander Avilov/Moscow News Agency/Handout via Reuters

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However, medical humanitarian organisation Doctors Without Borders (MSF) and local medical experts are taking a more cautious approach, saying that a vaccine-enabled Covid-19-free reality is still some time away for low- to middle-income countries such as South Africa.

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