Pregnant women in SA died in 2021 at a rate not seen for almost a decade, according to a new government report that lays bare the devastating effects of the coronavirus pandemic.

Covid-19 presented pregnant women with a dual threat, as access to health services was disrupted by the government’s response to the pandemic, even as the virus increased their risk of pregnancy-related complications...

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