JOHANNESBURG, South Africa (AFP) — “The sickness is around. We don’t know when we’re going to get it,” says 79-year-old Giuseppe Tassi.
“I knew a couple of people who went to hospital and never came back.”
Tassi is sitting in the lounge at the Casa Serena retirement home in the Johannesburg district of Germiston.
The empty chairs tell their own tale of death and absence.
At the start of the…