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Covid-19| Check how many people died and new cases recorded on Monday

Many countries have seen the worst of the pandemic since it began, but some have been able to overcome and destroy it. Several countries around the world have been able to shift from having multiple infections to having none.

210 additional COVID-19 cases have been detected in South Africa, according to the National Institute for Communicable Diseases (NICD), bringing the total number of laboratory-confirmed cases to 2 916 803. This implies a 1.4 percent increase in positive.

According to the National Department of Health, 7 more COVID-19-related deaths have been reported, bringing the total number of deaths to 88 619.

Gauteng Province (37%) has the highest number of new cases, followed by KwaZulu-Natal (19%) and the Western Cape (17%). (16 percent ). The Free State accounted for 7% of today's new cases, while the North West accounted for 6%, the Eastern Cape and Mpumalanga each accounted for 5%, and Limpopo and the Northern Cape each accounted for 2%.

Today's proportion of positive new cases/total new cases tested is 1.4 percent, which is lower than yesterday's figure of 1.5 percent (1.8 percent ). Today's 7-day average is 2.1 percent, down from 2.2 percent yesterday. The daily number of instances has grown on a seven-day moving average basis.

In the last 24 hours, there has been an increase of 24 hospital admissions. The table below shows a breakdown of COVID-19 admissions by sector.

According to statistics, South Africa is performing well at level 1. President Cyril Ramaphosa has yet to announce the date of his next family meeting. Based on the course of the cases over the last three days, South Africa is projected to remain in level 1 or be released from lockdown.

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