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SA reports 5 683 new reported circumstances, 243 deaths

South Africa recorded 5 683 new circumstances of COVID-19 within the final 24 hours, the National Institute for Communicable Diseases (NICD) has stated on Monday. 

This brings the overall variety of laboratory-confirmed circumstances to 2,383 490. 

This improve of 5 683 new COVID-19 circumstances represents a 24.3 % positivity rate. 



An additional 243 COVID-19 associated deaths have been reported, bringing complete fatalities to 70 018 so far.

“The cumulative number of recoveries is 2,383 490” 

An improve of 479 hospital admissions has been reported prior to now 24 hours.

The Gauteng province accounts for almost all of new circumstances – 1 559 (27%), adopted by the Western Cape with 1 192 new circumstances (21%) and KwaZulu-Natal with 832 new circumstances (15%) provinces. 

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14, 587 196 assessments have been performed in each private and non-private sectors.

President Cyril Ramaphosa addressed the nation once more on Sunday. 

He introduced that South Africa will now transfer to stage 3. 

WHAT CHANGES AT LEVEL 3?

Moments in the past, Ramaphosa revealed what a transfer into Level 3 lockdown would imply for South Africa. He gave us updates on the college calendar, liquor restrictions and even made a giant announcement about personal motion:

  • Inter-provincial journey can resume to and from Gauteng.
  • Gyms, bars, and eating places can open once more however should shut by 21:00, forward of curfew (which is in place from 22:00 – 4:00)
  • Gatherings indoors are again as much as 50 folks once more, or 50% of the venue’s complete capability. This consists of funerals, too.
  • Gatherings outside can stretch as much as not more than 100 folks at Level 3 of lockdown.
  • Alcohol gross sales might be permitted from 10:00 – 18:00 from liquor shops and off-site venues, from Monday to Thursday.
  • Bars and eating places can serve alcohol as much as 20:00.
  • Schools WILL reopen on Monday 26 July.

“The address follows meetings of the National Coronavirus Command Council, the President’s Coordinating Council and Cabinet. As South Africa rolls out its vaccination programme, government and social partners are monitoring COVID-19 infection and patient recovery rates, as well as compliance with health regulations – and other prevention measures.”

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