The death toll has not changed since yesterday and remains at 58.
The number of confirmed cases on April 21 increased by 165, bringing the total confirmed cases to 3 465.
The death toll has not changed since yesterday; it still stands on 58 recorded deaths.
The total number of tests conducted is 126 937, of which 5 427 were done in the last 24 hours.
Gauteng still has the highest number of cases, 1 199. This is an increase of 29.
The Western Cape saw an increase of 70 reported cases bringing the number to 1 010.
The breakdown of the remainder of provinces is as follows:
- KwaZulu-Natal: 671
- Eastern Cape: 345
- Free State: 106
- Limpopo: 27
- North West: 24
- Mpumalanga: 24
- Northern Cape: 16
The number of unallocated cases remains at 43.
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