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Update on Covid-19: 113 more COVID-19 deaths recorded

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COVID-19

A cumulative total of 646 398 confirmed COVID-19 cases in South Africa have been recorded with 1 960 new cases identified.

Case Data

Province Total cases for 11 September 2020 Percentage total
Eastern Cape 87222 13,5
Free State 41250 6,4
Gauteng 214486 33,2
KwaZulu-Natal 115939 17,9
Limpopo 14059 2,2
Mpumalanga 25540 4,0
North West 26935 4,2
Northern Cape 12919 2,0
Western Cape 108048 16,7
Unknown 0 0,0
Total 646398 100,0

The total number of tests conducted to date is 3 884 166 with 20 713 new tests conducted since the last report

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Total Deaths and Recoveries
Regrettably, we report 113 more COVID-19 related deaths: 19 from KwaZulu-Natal, 19 from Gauteng, 16 from Eastern Cape, 2 from Free State, 18 from Western Cape, 24 from Mpumalanga and 15 from Northern Cape.

This brings the total number of COVID-19 related deaths to 15 378.

We extend our condolences to the loved ones of the departed and thank the health care workers that treated the deceased patients.

Our recoveries now stand at 574 587 which translates to a recovery rate of 88,9%

Province Total Deaths Total Recoveries Active Cases
Eastern Cape 3035 82842 1345
Free State 812 27516 12922
Gauteng 3900 189825 20761
KwaZulu-Natal 2392 105530 8017
Limpopo 258 13141 660
Mpumalanga 466 24167 907
North West 310 21673 4952
Northern Cape 165 9447 3307
Western Cape 4040 100446 3562
National 15378 574587 56433

Dr Zwelini Mkhize
Minister of Health

In Other News – Two Hawks members arrested on multiple charges including theft

Two members of the Hawks were arrested in Klerksdorp on Friday on multiple charges including theft, defeating the ends of justice and possession of the suspected stolen property.

Jail

“The Hawks’ Serious Organised Crime Investigation Unit in North West, arrested two of their members stationed in Klerksdorp on for alleged theft, defeating the ends of justice, possession of suspected stolen property and money laundering related to nonferrous metals,” said Capt Tlangelani Rikhotso. learn more

Source – sacoronavirus