Covid-19 studies paint horrifying picture of jobs, food crisis

16 July 2020 - 06:00 By Ernest Mabuza
An elderly woman sits among hundreds of people standing in line to collect food parcels at the Iterileng Informal settlement near Laudium in Pretoria on May 20.
An elderly woman sits among hundreds of people standing in line to collect food parcels at the Iterileng Informal settlement near Laudium in Pretoria on May 20.
Image: Sebabatso Mosamo/Sunday Times

A dozen academic papers have laid bare the damage wrought by Covid-19 on employment, healthcare and food security. 

This the grim breakdown.

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