As of 02 December COVID19 Statistics in SA are 796 472 total accumulated positive cases, 734 3065 total recoveries, 21 709 total deaths and 4 173 new cases.
As the country records rising COVID-19 infections in the possible second wave, the daily recorded cases of COVID-19 jumped by 4 173 for December 02.
This daily jump, breached the 4000 barear mark which was last recorded mid August as numbers steadily declined since then, hovering around the 2000 zone up until the lasst week of November.
The Western Cape has recorded the highest numbers of new cases in recent weeks, and is currently having over 10 000 active cases of COVID-19.
Similar patterns were recorded in the estern cape, with clusters of possible COVID-19 resurgence prompting a visit to the province by health minister Dr. Zweli Mkhize last month.
Map showing COVID19 hotspots in the western cape and Eastern Cape ( source: businesstech.co.za)
However, visitors and small gatherings are allowed without compromising the disaster management regulations.
Nationally, 65 more fatalities have also been reported over the past day, bringing the death toll to at least 21,709.
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https://ewn.co.za/2020/12/03/sa-records-4-173-new-covid-19-infections-as-wc-battles-a-resurgence. Accessed on 2020/12/03.
https://ewn.co.za/2020/12/03/no-groove-this-festive-season-as-kzn-govt-cancels-major-events. Accessed on 2020/12/03.
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