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A study focusing on pregnant women in Cape Town found that 40% of them experience hunger. Picture: iStock
A study focusing on pregnant women in Cape Town found that 40% of them experience hunger. Picture: iStock

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New study reveals Covid-19 has caused maternal hunger among 40% of SA women.

The pandemic has not been kind to anyone, least of all expectant mothers.

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