Only 6% of COVID-19 cases in KwaZulu-Natal are still active.
Premier Sihle Zikalala has made this revelation in a media briefing on Sunday.
He has warned against complacency saying if citizens let their guard down, the province could experience a second wave.
Zikalala said since the beginning of September, the number of reported daily cases of COVID-19 has dropped to about 233.
“The total number of infections in the province currently stands at 117,569, of which, 7,034 are still active.”
He’s called on residents to continue adhering to safety regulations in a bid to prevent a second wave.
“The virus has not yet relaxed, it still deadly and vicious.”
He’s promised to launch an economic recovery plan in the coming weeks as more economic activities resume.
In other news – Babes Wodumo attacked for her tempting outfit she was wearing at church
Staying true to her preacher’s kid roots, self-proclaimed queen of Gqom Babes Wodumo went back to church to sing and praise God with her father’s congregation, but on the social media streets it was her “church attire” that raised eyebrows.
Babes, who recently managed to salvage her Instagram account after a year, posted a video of herself singing songs of praise as a guest at her father Bishop Welcome Simelane‘s church on Sunday. Learn More