COVID-19 in SA: Over 9,000 new infections in one day

The death toll has increased by 108.

2020-07-03 10:11:00 PM

COVID-19 in SA: Over 9,000 new infections in one day

The death toll has increased by 108.

The deaths are from the Northern Cape (3), Eastern Cape (8), North West (29), KwaZulu Natal (10) and from Western Cape (58).READ:South Africa has 177,124 reported COVID-19 cases to date.86 298 people have recovered which translates to a recovery rate of 48,7-percent.

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