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Experts are concerned about the rising infections in Gauteng, which is now reporting triple the number of daily new COVID-19 infections compared to the Western Cape. Experts are concerned about the rising infections in Gauteng, which is now reporting triple the number of daily new COVID-19 infections compared to the Western Cape.

Gauteng health workers hardest hit by COVID-19 infections

The Gauteng provincial government says it may possibly look at "intermittent lockdowns" as the province prepares for a peak in Covid-19 cases.The Gauteng provincial government says it may possibly look at "intermittent lockdowns" as the province prepares for a peak in Covid-19 cases.

Gauteng could see 'intermittent lockdown' as Covid-19 peak looms - Masuku | News24

The Gauteng Health Department says it's concerned at the rising numbers of active COVID-19 cases.

Makhura warns of COVID-19 storm in Gauteng

Gauteng premier David Makhura has warned residents about a 'Covid-19 storm' that can't be prayed away.Gauteng premier David Makhura has warned residents about a 'Covid-19 storm' that can't be prayed away.

Gauteng's 'Covid-19 storm' cannot be prayed away, says premier David Makhura

Gauteng Premier David Makhura has warned the province’s residents to brace themselves for the a surge in Covid-19 infections and fatalities. Gauteng Premier David Makhura has warned the province’s residents to brace themselves for the a surge in Covid-19 infections and fatalities.

President Cyril Ramaphosa slams Covid-19 stigmatisation; test samples found dumped along N2 in Eastern Cape; and Gauteng could see "intermittent lockdown" as virus peak looms.President Cyril Ramaphosa slams Covid-19 stigmatisation; test samples found dumped along N2 in Eastern Cape; and Gauteng could see "intermittent lockdown" as virus peak looms.

Coronavirus morning update: Covid-19 stigma, dumped test samples, and update from Gauteng | Health24

Masuku says they are concerned about shopping malls and the CBD as the number of COVID-19 infections increases.Masuku says they are concerned about shopping malls and the CBD as the number of COVID-19 infections increases.

Gauteng Health Department looking at intermittent lockdown - MEC Bandile Masuku