Life as we knew it in South Africa came to a screeching halt in late February when the novel coronavirus hit our shores. We had read the news but were not prepared for what life would be like once this mysterious virus was close to home. Suddenly it felt like the world had become a real-life episode of Black Mirror. Hysteria almost spread faster than the virus itself and four months later, the effects of both have been tragic and fatal. Now it feels like none of us have been untouched or unaffected by loss of life, health, safety and security.
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