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Covid-19: 210 new cases and 7 new deaths recorded in South Africa

  • South Africa recorded 210 new confirmed Covid-19 infections on Monday.
  • Seven new deaths were recorded, bringing the confirmed death toll to 88,619.
  • To date, 10 891293 people have been fully vaccinated.

South Africa recorded 210 newly confirmed Covid-19 infections and 7 deaths on Monday, bringing the number of confirmed deaths to 88,619.

As of Monday, the country recorded cases confirmed by 2 916803 tests, according to a statement from the National Institute for Communicable Diseases (NICD).

“NICD … reports that 210 new Covid-19 cases have been identified in South Africa with a positive rate of 1.4%,” said a NICD statement.

According to the Ministry of Health, 20 381 262 vaccinations have been given. Of them, 167928 jabs were administered in the last 24-hour reporting cycle. To date, 10 891 293 people have been fully vaccinated, with over 35% of the adult population receiving at least one vaccination.

Houten has recorded 918 536 cumulative confirmed infections, KwaZulu Natal 514623 and Western Cape 512770.

The Western Cape recorded 43 new infections on Monday. KwaZulu Natal 41 and Houten 38.

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There have been 24 new hospitalizations in the last 24 hour cycle. As of Monday, 4,935 people were in Covid-19’s public and private hospitals.

South Africa has conducted 18189 273 cumulative tests, of which 15026 have been conducted in the last 24 hours.

The recovery rate is 96.2%, which is equivalent to 2 805566 recoveries.

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Covid-19: 210 new cases and 7 new deaths recorded in South Africa

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