300 more people succumb to COVID-19 and 8,147 infections recorded
The Health Department says 300 more people died for the coronavirus in the last 24 hours bringing the death toll 40,874.
The total number of infections has reached 1,412,986 after 8,147 coronavirus infections were identified.
The recovery rate has moved up to 87% which means 1,230,520 people have recovered since the beginning of the pandemic.
The cumulative number of #COVID19 cases identified in SA is 1 412 986 with 8 147 new cases identified. Regrettably, we report 300 more COVID-19 related deaths bringing the total to 40 874 deaths. Our recoveries now stand at 1 230 520, representing a recovery rate of 87% pic.twitter.com/atBoWZPVSw— Department of Health (@HealthZA) January 24, 2021
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