The Department of Health has confirmed that the cumulative total of COVID-19 cases identified is 1 039 161 with 17 710 (positivity rate 33%) cases identified since the last report. The positivity rate, being an indicator of the rapidity of spread, remains of major concern.
A cumulative 6 553 761 tests have been conducted with 53 279 tests completed since the last report.
465 more COVID-19 related deaths have been reported: Eastern Cape 88, Free State 4, Gauteng 41, Kwa-Zulu Natal 144, Limpopo 16, Northern Cape 7 and Western Cape 165.
This brings the total deaths to 28 033 deaths.
Our recoveries currently stand at 867 597. This represents a recovery rate of 83%.
HEALA Urges SA Public To Comment On Draft Food Labelling Regulations
There’s Been An Improvement in Implementation Of Energy Action Plan – Ramokgopa
Waste To Energy: The Solution That Begs To Be Implemented
Stage 4 And 5 Blackouts Until Further Notice
Ramaphosa Appoints Panel To Probe Docking Of ‘Lady R’
Economists Predict Moderate Interest Rate Hike After Consumer Inflation Drop
Interest Rate Hikes And Home Insurance: How To Navigate The Changes
Karpowership Energy Deal Shouldn’t Be More Than Five Years – Ramokgopa
Sign Language Moves A Step Closer To Being SA’s 12th Official Language
Numsa To Meet Eskom For Third Round Of Wage Talks
Changemaker Honoured For Africa Education Nomination
Ramaphosa Confident There’ll Be Less Load Shedding ‘Within The Next Few Months’