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Gauteng recorded majority of Covid-19 cases according to the latest information

The latest information from the National Institute for Communicable Diseases showed that the province in South Africa that recorded the majority of cases than the rest of the provinces had 866 new cases of Covid-19 . It was the Gauteng province that recorded the highest daily Covid-19 cases The province in South Africa that recorded the second highest number of infections was the Western Cape.The province of Western Cape recorded a total of 726 new Covid-19 cases on Friday evening .

However , the Kwa-Zulu Natal was not to be left out of the top three provinces that that with the highest cases . The province had a total number of 514 new . As it can be noted that the cases are still there , community members need to be aware that they can still get infected with the pandemic . Getting vaccinated can go a long way towards helping reduce hospitalization and even deaths as a result of the pandemic . The vaccine has been proven to be helpful in the battle against the pandemic , therefore it is advisable to visit any vaccination centre for the process .

The lesser new Covid-19 cases that were recorded in some of the provinces are evidence that the numbers can be reduced when proper conduct becomes the norm for people of South Africa . Information shared showed that Northern Cape had the lowest number of new cases in the country and only managed to have 166 . The province of Free State recorded the second lowest Covid-19 cases. It recorded 204 new cases , hence the second lowest figure in the last 24 hours . There are simple Covid-19 procedures such as wearing masks and sanitizing of hands which are also helpful towards helping curb the spread of the pandemic .

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