Coronavirus – South Africa: 3487 new cases of COVID-19 in South Africa

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COVID-19 Update: A total of 27362 COVID-19 tests were conducted in the last 24 hours. There are 3487 new cases of COVID-19. Regrettably, we report 63 more COVID-19 related deaths; 57 from the WC and 6 from the EC. We send our deepest condolences.

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