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‘Gauteng is not digging 1.5 million graves’

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Graves being prepared at the Honingnestkrans cemetery, north of Pretoria, on July 8 2020, during a visit by Gauteng health MEC Bandile Masuku. Picture: Alex Mitchley/News24
Graves being prepared at the Honingnestkrans cemetery, north of Pretoria, on July 8 2020, during a visit by Gauteng health MEC Bandile Masuku. Picture: Alex Mitchley/News24

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The Gauteng health department has clarified that it has not dug a total 1.5 million graves for deaths which will occur owing to the Covid- 19 coronavirus in the province.

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