The public health system in the Western Cape has survived the peak of the Covid-19 epidemic without running out of hospital beds or medical supplies, and has spare capacity that is yet to be utilised.

All indicators point to a decisive drop in the number of new infections, particularly in Cape Town, with the biggest declines in the densely populated areas of Khayelitsha and Klipfontein, which includes Gugulethu...

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