Dr Illana Links: “We healthcare workers were so burnt out. However, the vaccine was sign of hope”

Dr Illana Links, a psychiatric registrar at Dora Nginza Hospital in Gqeberha (formerly known as Port Elizabeth), was one among the first, of the country’s COVID-19 frontline doctors, to be vaccinated against COVID-19 in February this year. She tells us what having her vaccine has meant to her, and shares how knowing that the vaccine meant protection from serious COVID-19 illness made a huge difference to her outlook.
27 Jul 2021 English South Africa News · Health & Fitness

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