COVID-19: KZN healthcare centre closed after six nurses test positive

Health department officials have temporarily closed a community healthcare centre in Inanda where six nurses tested positive for COVID-19. Courtesy #DStv403

DURBAN - A community healthcare centre in Inanda, north of Durban, has been temporarily closed after six nurses test positive for COVID-19.

The KwaZulu Natal health department has advised community members to use nearby health facilities instead.

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The department says it's currently decontaminating the centre in Inanda's Newtown C section and it should be open again in about five days.

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