COVID-19 claims two more lives and positive cases now sit at 1,505
Health Minister Zweli Mkhize has announced two more deaths due to the coronavirus, bringing the total of fatalities at seven.
Mkhize briefed the nation from the Khayelitsha Hospital in the Western Cape on Friday afternoon.
He said the number of patients who have tested positive now stands at 1,505 across the country.
1505 positive cases of today, that means there are 43 new cases. We also want to report sadly 2 more deaths from KZN - An 80 year old male and 81 year old female.— Dr Zweli Mkhize (@DrZweliMkhize) April 3, 2020
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