There is clear evidence of an exponential rise in transmission as a cumulative total of 836 764 cases have been reported with 8 166 new cases.
A cumulative 5 735 470 tests have been completed, of which 45 207 have been conducted since the last report.
The Department of Health reported 173 more COVID-19 related deaths: Eastern Cape 90, Free State 13, Gauteng 8, Kwa-Zulu Natal 10 and Western Cape 52 which brings the total to 22 747 deaths.
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