At Naslek Field Hospital in Sowet, a healthcare worker wearing PPE stands in a temporary ward dedicated to treating patients with Covid-19 coronavirus.
- South Africa totals as of Sunday, February 7 1 476 135 Confirmed Covid-19 cases.
- 2435 new cases were recorded by Sunday.
- 110 new Covid-19-related deaths have been recorded, bringing the death toll to 46,290.
South Africa recorded 2435 new Covid-19 infections and 110 new Covid-19-related deaths by Sunday, bringing the number of confirmed deaths to 46,290.
According to a statement by Health Minister Zwelli Mukize, the country is total 1 476 135 As of Sunday, Covid-19 cases were confirmed.
Gauteng remains the most affected state, accounting for 26.7% of all confirmed cases, which is equivalent to 394240 cases.
To date, KwaZulu Natal has recorded 321 043 confirmed cases, 272 403 in the Western Cape, and 192 794 in the Eastern Cape.
South Africa recorded 2435 new Covid-19 infections by Sunday.
KwaZulu Natal recorded the most confirmed active cases at 24054, followed by Western Cape at 11 303 and Houten at 7 227.
The recovery rate is 92%, and 1360204 recovery records have been recorded.
To date, 8 400 319 tests have been completed and 26,055 tests have been performed in the last 24 hours, Mkhize said.
Mkhize reported an additional 110 confirmed Covid-19-related deaths. Of these, 8 were recorded in Eastern Cape, 20 in Free State, 23 in Gauteng, 10 in KwaZulu Natal, 20 in Mpumalanga, and 1 in Northern Cape. 28 in the Western Cape.
This will kill a total of 46,290 people.
“We would like to express our condolences to the loved ones of the deceased and thank the healthcare professionals who treated the deceased,” Mkhize said.
Covid-19: South African cases increased by 2435, 110 new deaths
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