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Your views: on an outbreak, apps and child ramping

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Today, readers comment on COVID in SA, vax certificates and sick children in ambulances left waiting outside the WCH.

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Commenting on the story: SA Health planning COVID quarantine camps in case of outbreak

Of course there’s going to be an outbreak, the health people are telling us so. Get vaccinated and hope for the best. This is going to be part of our lives for years to come. – Gordon Frith

Commenting on the story: Concerns over complex SA border system

I just wasted 40 minutes trying to connect my vaccination certificate from myGov to myGovSA. In the end I have just downloaded the certificate and put it on the front page of my phone.

Isn’t it unbelievable how much more time we waste on our phones to stay connected! We are actually doing all the leg work which the services should be supporting. – Glen Frost

Commenting on the story: Emergency: Children ramped outside WCH amid COVID-coping fears

The well established practice of ‘internal ramping’ in crowded corridors at the WCH has now given way to the overt queuing of ambulances; something SA Health and the Minister say ‘never happens’.

The critical flaws in our hospital system are worsening and will persist after the political smokescreen of COVID ‘care’ dissipates. The Government must plan and prepare for this as part of its confusing and complex responses to the pandemic. – Warren Jones

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