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Distance, Dose, Dispersion: An experts’ guide on Covid-19 risks in South Africa and how to manage them.

Daily Maveric
By: Covid-19 academics and medical professionals, 26 June 2020

Understand the three things that can make the most ...
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Business for SA - uFiling Webinar

Business for SA – uFiling Webinar

UIF WEBCAST: RESPONSES TO WRITTEN QUERIES AT 17 June 2020

Business for South Africa (B4SA) conducted a ...
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Vaccine Trial

COVID-19 VACCINE TRIAL – WITS UNIVERSITY BEGINS SA’S FIRST

COVID-19 vaccine trials to start in S. Africa

Wits University on Tuesday said that it was beginning clinical trials for ...
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Restaurant lockdown level 3

Level 3: New things in restaurants you’re going to have to get used to

Social-distancing and the coronavirus are phrases that are now permanently engraved into our vocabulary. So with restaurants reopening, what does ...
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Dexamethasone

WHO moves to update COVID-19 guidance after ‘great news’ in Dexamethasone study

Dexamethasone

Dexamethasone is a low-cost drug which already exists and is in good supply.

Dexamethasone was first made in ...
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Covid-19

The chance of dying from COVID-19 for different risk factors in South Africa

People with tuberculosis (TB) and HIV are more likely to die from COVID-19

but they’re still better off than people ...
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Coronavirus, press release, Desk of the President

Address by President Cyril Ramaphosa – 24 May 2020

Address by President Cyril Ramaphosa on South Africa’s response to the coronavirus pandemic, Union Buildings, Tshwane

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Cyril Ramaphosa-13May2020

President Cyril Ramaphosa – Address 13 May 2020

President Cyril Rampahosa, this evening, said that government would begin consultations with relevant stakeholders on a proposal that most of ...
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WHO sees potential in coronavirus treatments

WHO sees “potentially positive data” in treating coronavirus

GENEVA, May 12 (Reuters) -

Some coronavirus treatments appear to be limiting the severity or length of the COVID-19 ...
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