COVID-19 cases in South Africa reach 1,187
The Department of Health announced on Saturday that the COVID-19 cases in South Africa were at 1,187.
The department said the numbers did not indicate a reduction in the number of infections. It is merely a reflection of positive results that were received, verified & ready for reporting.
28 March 2020— Department of Health (@HealthZA) March 28, 2020
As of today, the total number of confirmed #COVID19 cases is 1187. We must outrightly state that these numbers do not indicate a reduction in the number of infections. It is merely a reflection of positive results that were received, verified & ready for reporting.
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