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The impact of COVID-19 on wound care provision in South Africa: a personal account

Liezl Naude
27 September 2020

Here, a wound care nurse describes her experiences of working in a wound care clinic in Pretoria during the COVID-19 pandemic. She describes the impact of lockdown in South Africa and how it has affected her practice, colleagues, patients and working conditions. She shares her hopes and fears as the number of cases rise and threaten to overwhelm the healthcare system.

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