Stunning doctor working on frontline in fight against Covid-19 wows SA

Stunning doctor working on frontline in fight against Covid-19 wows SA

- A stunning doctor has won South Africans over on social media

- Dr Bomie took to Twitter to share photos of herself "post work"

- Saffas were in awe of her beauty and some even considered faking illnesses

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Who said you can't be smart and beautiful at the same time? A stunning woman, Bomie Mlata, is a qualified doctor who is part of the healthcare workers on the frontlines in the fight against the coronavirus.

Dr Bomie took to her Twitter account on Thursday to share photos of herself after her shift at the Dr. George Mukhari Hospital.

She simply captioned the images:

"Post work pictures."

Take a look at her photos below:

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Briefly.co.za gathered Dr Bomie took her medical oath in December last year and she shared photos of the special day online.

She holds a MBChB degree which she obtained at the Walter Sisulu University (WSU).

Take a look at the post below:

South Africans were left speechless over the beautiful doctor and they expressed their views in the comment section.

Some even contemplated faking a sickness to get some face-time with Dr Bomie.

Twitter user, @Amaechi82, commented:

"Am really proud of all the doctors on the frontline saving lives, well done doc."

Another tweep, @TshepisoMoloi10, added:

"In my head doctors were fuzzy-looking loners, lol these new age practitioners are magazine ready iyoh! Jonga!"

One guy decided to shoot his shot and he got shut down hard.

Twitter user, @Shelton23667642, commented:

"Doctor I’m feeling some chest vibrating. What could be the problem?"

And she responded:

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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