The Western Cape Health Department’s Dr. Saadiq Kariem and public health specialist Prof Landon Myer chat about the protracted third wave in the province.
– The third wave in the Western Cape has been much longer than the previous two waves of Covid-19
– Western Cape health officials say they are seeing a slow, but gradual decline in case numbers
– The provincial health dept’s Dr. Saadiq Kariem says hospitalisations and deaths are beginning to drop
– UCT public health specialist Prof Landon Myer says vaccines have likely contributed to a flatter curve
The Covid-19 third wave in the Western Cape has been much longer than previous ones, according to the provincial health department.
The department’s head of operations Dr. Saadiq Kariem says this wave of coronavirus infections has had a more “stubborn” peak.
The Western Cape has been at the peak of its third wave for several weeks but officials say that the province is seeing a slow, but gradual decline….
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