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CAPE TOWN South Africa recorded 136 new Covid-19 cases and five passings on Monday, the National Institute for Communicable Diseases (NICD) said. 

Today the organization reports 136 new Covid-19 cases that have been distinguished in South Africa, which brings the complete research facility affirmed cases to 2,926,075. This increment addresses a 0.9 percent energy rate. 

According to the National Department of Health, a further five Covid-19 related passings have been accounted for, carrying absolute fatalities to 89,489 to date. 

A sum of 18,933,156 tests have been directed in both public and private areas, the NICD said. 

The association says most of new cases today are from Gauteng, which represents 43% of cases, trailed by Western Cape, which represents 16% of new cases. KwaZulu-Natal represented 13%; Northern Cape and North West each represented 7%; Mpumalanga represented 6%; Eastern Cape represented 5%; Free State represented 4% of Mondays new cases. 


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Luckily, no new cases were accounted for in Limpopo territory. 

The NICD says the extent of new cases/complete new tried cases on Monday is 0.9 percent lower than cases recorded on Sunday. 

It said in the beyond 24 hours, there has been an expansion of 18 clinic confirmations. 

As per the public branch of wellbeing, an ascent in Covid-19 contaminations is normal in the country around mid-December and early January and this could anticipate a likely fourth wave. 

On Friday, wellbeing Minister Joe Phaahla said that the following wave appearance will be subject to basically two issues: people groups development this merry season and the rise of another variation of concern could be a contributing component to the fourth wave, in any case, he said the genomic reconnaissance group has not recognized new variations of concern.

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