Covid-19 has altered life, maybe forever

Going back to March when the first case of the novel coronavirus was reported in South Africa, it was a common perception at the time to assume that the sufferer or carriers of the disease were either expatriates or people returning from foreign countries.

The sufferers were old people returning from or who recently visited European countries like Italy. When someone reports a case, then the next question was something like "were you in Europe recently?"..

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