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LATEST UPDATE ON COVID-19 IN SOUTH AFRICA (30 May 2021)

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The cumulative number of COVID-19 cases identified in South Africa on 30 May 2021 is 1 662 825, with 3 755 new cases reported over the past 24 hours.

ProvinceTotal cases for 30 May 2021Percentage total
Eastern Cape197 75911,9
Free State101 0746,1
Gauteng456 76427,5
KwaZulu-Natal339 81120,4
Limpopo65 3643,9
Mpumalanga82 4265,0
North West75 8474,6
Northern Cape50 1883,0
Western Cape293 59217,7
Total1 662 825100,0

Testing Data

The number of tests conducted to date is 11 606 570. Of these 31 523 tests were conducted since the last report.

SectorTotal tested New tested 
PRIVATEPUBLIC6 534 9835 071 58756%44%17 52913 99456%44%
Total11 606 57031 523      

Deaths and Recoveries

In the last 24 hours, 76 deaths have been reported: Eastern Cape 0, Free State 8, Gauteng 17, KwaZulu-Natal 0, Limpopo 0, Mpumalanga 0, North West 44, Northern Cape 1 and Western Cape 6  which brings the total to 56 439 deaths. “We convey our condolences to the loved ones of the departed and thank the health care workers who treated the deceased patients”, Dr. Zwelini Mkhize .

The cumulative recoveries now stand at 1 556 874 representing a recovery rate of 93, 6%.

ProvinceTotal DeathsTotal RecoveriesActive Cases
Eastern Cape11 657185 257845
Free State4 32988 6148 131
Gauteng11 207429 68515 872
KwaZulu-Natal10 509325 0814 221
Limpopo2 44662 222696
Mpumalanga1 44879 3311 647
North West1 93367 3866 528
Northern Cape1 10141 0758 012
Western Cape11 809278 223                         3 560
Total56 4391 556 87449 512

Vaccination Rollout:

VACCINATIONTOTAL
SISONKE479 768
PHASE TWO488 551
SISONKE & PFIZER968 319

The total vaccinated under the Sisonke Programme is 479 768.  The total vaccinated in Phase Two as at midnight today is 488 551. These vaccinations were with the first dose of Pfizer vaccine.  Total individuals vaccinated; Sisonke and Pfizer first dose is 968 319.

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