Covid-19 cases in SA increase with 3 267 bringing the total number to 40 792

The total number of recoveries from Covid-19 in South Africa now stands at 21 311 which translates to a recovery rate of 52.24%.

The Department of Health has announced that as of yesterday, 4 June, the total number of confirmed Covid-19 cases in South Africa stands at 40 792 with 3 267 new cases identified.

The case data per province is as follows:

Eastern Cape:

  • 4 936 confirmed cases
  • 12.1% of the country total
  • 95 deaths
  • 2 460 recoveries

Free State:

  • 322 confirmed cases
  • 0.8% of the country total
  • 9 deaths
  • 128 recoveries

Gauteng:

  • 4 845 confirmed cases
  • 11.9% of the country total
  • 33 deaths
  • 2 222 recoveries

KwaZulu-Natal:

  • 2 869 confirmed cases
  • 7% of the country total
  • 56 deaths
  • 1 260 recoveries

Limpopo:

  • 206 confirmed cases
  • 0.5% of the country total
  • 3 deaths
  • 146 recoveries

Mpumalanga:

  • 144 confirmed cases
  • 0.4% of the country total
  • 0 deaths
  • 86 recoveries

North West:

  • 364 confirmed cases
  • 0.9% of the country total
  • 1 death
  • 59 recoveries

Northern Cape:

  • 95 confirmed cases
  • 0.2% of the country total
  • 1 death
  • 33 recoveries

Western Cape:

  • 27 006 confirmed cases
  • 66.2% of the country total
  • 651 deaths
  • 14 917 recoveries

Unallocated cases:

  • 5 confirmed cases

A total number of 820 675 Covid-19 tests have been processed of which 34 696 tests have been conducted since the last report.

The Department of Health reports 56 more Covid-19 related deaths:

  • 1 in KwaZulu-Natal
  • 1 in Free State
  • 54 in Western Cape

This brings the total number of Covid-19 related deaths in South Africa to 847.

The total number of recoveries from Covid-19 in South Africa now stands at 21 311 which translates to a recovery rate of 52.24%.

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