The latest COVID-19 figures released by acting Health Minister Mmamaloko Kubayi-Ngubane on Monday evening report that cases have increased by 11 182 in the last 24-hours, meaning that the total number of infections that have been accumulatively reported since March 2020 has risen to 2 206 781. 

Sadly, over the last 24-hours alone, a further 220 people have died from COVID-19, meaning that a total of 64 509 people have succumbed to the virus since the first death in March 2020. 

A total of 1 943 513 have recovered having tested positive for COVID-19, representing  a recovery rate of 88.1%.

Provincial COVID-19 case breakdown Monday 12 July

The following confirmed COVID-19 cases have been recorded in each province as of Thursday 27 May

  • Eastern Cape – 214 259 cases, 12 102 deaths;
  • Free State – 120 339 cases5 445 deaths;
  • Gauteng –  777 814 cases14 580 deaths;
  • KwaZulu-Natal (KZN) – 371 527 cases10 886 deaths;
  • Limpopo – 93 459 cases2 827 deaths;
  • Mpumalanga – 107 467 cases; 1 539 deaths;
  • North West – 110 618 cases; 2 584 deaths;
  • Northern Cape – 61 914 cases1 449 deaths;
  • Western Cape – 349 384 cases, 13 097 deaths; and
  • Unallocated –  0 cases, 0 deaths.

Latest vaccine stats:  

A total of 4 236 781 people have been administered to members of the South African public on Monday 12 July. 

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Presh JM Reporter

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