The most recent COVID-19 figures delivered by Health Minister Joe Phaahla and the Department of Health on Tuesday evening report that cases have expanded by 2 197 as of now, implying that the absolute number of diseases that have been collectively revealed since March 2020 has ascended to 2 743 865.
Tragically, in the course of the most recent 24-hours alone, a further 160 individuals have passed on from COVID-19, implying that an aggregate of 86 376 individuals have surrendered to the infection since the principal demise in March 2020.
An aggregate of 2 743 865 has recuperated having tried positive for COVID-19, addressing an inspiration/recuperation pace of 95.1%.
Common COVID-19 case breakdown Tuesday 21 September:
The accompanying affirmed COVID-19 cases have been recorded in every area in the course of the most recent 24-hours on Tuesday 21 September:
Eastern Cape – 329 new cases;
Free State – 297 new cases;
Gauteng – 256 new cases;
KwaZulu-Natal (KZN) – 594 new cases;
Limpopo – 28 new cases;
Mpumalanga – 122 cases;
North West – 83 new cases;
Northern Cape – 122 new cases;
Western Cape – 366 cases; and
Most recent antibody figures:
A sum of 16 358 076 individuals have gotten either the Pfizer or Johnson and Johnson hit in South Africa to date, with 195 189 antibodies having been managed to individuals from the South African public on Tuesday 21 September.
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