COVID-19 cases now 1,280, second death in South Africa confirmed
The Department of Health announced on Sunday that the total number of confirmed COVID-19 cases is 1,280.
This is an increase of 93 from the reported cases on Saturday.
The department also reported a second death in South Africa from coronavirus.
According to the department, the 74-year-old male had been in ICU and on ventilation in a private hospital in Ladysmith.
He had travelled to Kruger National Park with his family & came back with flu-like symptoms. He was confirmed to be COVID-19 positive on the 27 March
29 March 2020— Department of Health (@HealthZA) March 29, 2020
As at today, the total number of confirmed COVID-19 cases is 1280. This is an increase of 93 from the previously reported cases #COVID19 #CoronaVirusUpdate #CoronaVirusSA pic.twitter.com/MQpDT4UPLh
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