Western Cape Primier Alan Winde confirmed on eNCA that the two deaths in the province due to Covid-19 are both women.
Western Cape Prime Minister Alan Winde expressed his sympathy and sympathy this morning with the family of the two women who died in Cape Town hospitals due to Covid-19.
“A few months ago, we became aware of a virus that was spreading rapidly from town to town, country to country. South Africa was also not spared from the virus. This morning we woke up with the news that two Western Cape women have died from the virus – Covid-19 – one is a 48-year-old woman who died in the intensive care unit at a private hospital and the other a 28-year-old woman who was hospitalized yesterday. died this morning. As a country and as a province we mourn the deaths. “
Madeleine van Wyk, 48, died this morning in the MediClinic Durbanville from the Covid-19 virus.
She was admitted to the hospital on Monday.
Her husband said on Friday they do not know where Madeleine got the virus.
He said she started feeling sick a week ago and went to the doctor on Thursday for medication.
The medication did not help. He then took her to the doctor again on Monday, after which she was admitted to the hospital and tested for the coronavirus.
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