The number of coronavirus cases in South Africa is edging up towards the 100,000 mark.
The Health Department has recorded more than 4,600 new infections over the past 24-hour cycle, bringing the total number to 97,302.
The death toll has also gone up – it’s now at 1,930.
The number of recoveries stands at 51,608.
Number of confirmed #COVID19 cases in SA is 97 302 with 4 621 new cases identified. 1 328 060 tests have been completed. We report a further 53 COVID-19 related deaths- 8-Gauteng, 1-KZNl, 17-EC, 27-WC. This brings the total deaths to 1930.The number of recoveries is 51 608 pic.twitter.com/u1JkOyk0lA— Department of Health (@HealthZA) June 21, 2020
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