Which cases? And when? Provide proper context.Oh you prefer the case at JHB general or whatever it is called?
Or the case in a hospital in Durban?
Or how about another one Cape Town?
Or how about the one that hit the news in Pietersburg?
Sure you can say that those can't be used as a standard applicable everywhere, but there appears to be at least one of these every month, which is a sad blotch and an insult to all the extremely hardworking personnel that are doing their jobs properly.
My point is there is nothing wrong with some patients being treated in their home environments but still under medical supervision.
And my point of a few out of 100s of cases is, patients with serious symptoms (if you need oxygen, it is) should go to hospital.
But like I said, happy to have people reduce the stress on hospitals in case I need a bed.
We have some of the best medical care in the world but lets ignore all of that.