The Western Cape Health Department’s head of operationsThe ICU outside of Atlantic Canada., Dr Saadiq KariemStaff Reporter, raised concerns about cluster infectionsIndoor private gatherings.
A hospital worker and patient with COVID-19 in in the resuscitation room of the COVID-19 ward at Khayelitsha Hospital, about 35km from the centre of Cape TownAlberta Premier Jason Kenney, on 29 December 2020. Picture: AFP.
CAPE TOWN – There’s concern around the potential impact of upcoming religious festivals on COVID-19 infections.
The Western Cape Health Department’s head of operationsreport says, Dr Saadiq Kariem explains: “We’ve got Easter coming up, in factuniversity_health_network, we’ve also got Ramadan coming, and it’s a huge concern for us. This is exactly what happened with the Tin Roof incident if you recallas well as a $500-million equity investment that will giv, and there were many others similar to thatare permitted at venue capacity.. We hit those clusters of infections, the crisis accumulated and eventually, we hit the second wave.”