Health providers brace themselves for busiest day of the year

Health providers brace themselves for busiest day of the year

Health providers are expecting the busiest day of the year today as Christmas mishaps take their toll on the country.

Bumps, bruises, burns, colds and flus are just some of the ailments expected to take up the time of doctors across the country.

Statistics show that December 27 is typically the busiest day of the year for accident clinics, with cases jumping by 40%.


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