Confirmed COVID-19 cases in South Africa on 21 April 2020
SA’s Confirmed COVID-19 Cases: South Africa has now reported 3465 confirmed cases of COVID-19 as a result of the coronavirus, Department of Health confirmed on Tuesday,21 April 2020.
Here is the latest statement from @DrZweliMkhize. There are 3465 positive cases of #COVIDー19 #COVID19SouthAfrica. The minister has also commenter on the rise in cases in the Eastern Cape after his visit to the province today. pic.twitter.com/MFerM7xuZT
— Department of Health: COVID-19 (@COVID_19_ZA) April 21, 2020
The number has increased by 165 infections from Monday’s 3300 SA’s Confirmed Covid-19 Cases. The total number of deaths from the virus has remained at a total of 58 with 1055 total recoveries so far.
On the positive side, the number of patients who have recovered from the virus is 1055.
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