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Dear patients and next of kin, The rapidly increasing COVID-19 infection rate in South Africa has unfortunately necessitated us to restrict visitation, with a few exceptions. The restrictions are effective immediately, in order to reduce the risk of the new COVID-19 variant spreading into and within our hospitals. We understand that hospitalisation of your loved one can be very stressful, especially when you are not allowed to visit them. You are welcome to call the dedicated national Netcare Family Connect Line on 0800 111 266 to arrange for regular updates regarding your loved one in our care. The health and safety of our patients, healthcare workers and communities remain our top priority. We appreciate your understanding.

Dear patients and next of kin, The rapidly increasing COVID-19 infection rate in South Africa has unfortunately necessitated us to restrict visitation, with a few exceptions. The restrictions are effective immediately, in order to reduce the risk of the new COVID-19 variant spreading into and within our hospitals. We understand that hospitalisation of your loved one can be very stressful, especially when you are not allowed to visit them. You are welcome to call the dedicated national Netcare Family Connect Line on 0800 111 266 to arrange for regular updates regarding your loved one in our care. The health and safety of our patients, healthcare workers and communities remain our top priority. We appreciate your understanding.

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