CAPE TOWN - With the curve beginning to flatten in the Western Cape, health authorities are warning Capetonians not to become complacent.
They also encourage people to continue wearing masks and keeping their distance.
The province believes it’s comfortably managing the COVID-19 pandemic at the moment.
It’s also scaling up its non-COVID-19 health services like diabetes, TB, HIV and mother and child health services.
In August, the province will start reintroducing comprehensive health services that were stalled to deal with the COVID-19 pandemic and to prevent long queues at clinics, day hospitals and hospitals.
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