KZN Midlands business unites to give healthcare staff some goodies

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The Caring for Life team (from left) Mel Klute, Carmen Haldane, Candice Roe-Scott and Naomi Holdt, are pictured with some of donations made to provide healthcare workers with care packages.
The Caring for Life team (from left) Mel Klute, Carmen Haldane, Candice Roe-Scott and Naomi Holdt, are pictured with some of donations made to provide healthcare workers with care packages.
Moeketsi Mamane

Businesses across the KZN Midlands are rallying together to provide care packs for frontline health workers.

Covid-19 cases in the province continue to rise, and with the uMgungundlovu district a designated hotspot, nurses and doctors are struggling to cope with the huge numbers of patients in need of specialist care.

Seeing images of healthcare workers, wearing layers of personal protective equipment and looking exhausted prompted Naomi Holdt, Mel Klute, Candice Roe-Scott, Carmen Haldane and Margie Odell to do something positive.

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