South Africa’s COVID-19 cases spiked by 5 688 in 24 hours taking the national positive cases to 111 796. There were 103 new deaths in the same period, pushing the death toll from the virus to 2 205.
 
63 of the new deaths took place in the Western Cape, 25 in Gauteng and 15 in the Eastern Cape.
 
1 416 894 tests have been completed thus far and the number of recoveries to date is 56 874.
 
Provincial Breakdown – Positive Cases

PROVINCE CASES (AS OF 24 JUNE 2020 % TOTAL
Eastern Cape 19 214 17,2
Free State 889 0,8
Gauteng 26 156 23,4
KwaZulu-Natal 6 075 5,4
Limpopo 670 0,6
Mpumalanga 713 0,6
North West 2 618 2,3
Northern Cape 299 0,3
Western Cape 55 162 49,3
Unknown 0 0,0
Total 111 796 100

 
Provincial Deaths & Recoveries

PROVINCE DEATHS RECOVERIES
Eastern Cape 346 9 668
Free State 9 264
Gauteng 147 5 856
Kwazulu Natal 91 2 947
Limpopo 5 303
Mpumalanga 2 199
North West 5 291
Northern Cape 1 112
Western Cape 1 599 37 234
Total 2 205 56 874

 
Deaths Age Analysis

AGE DEATHS PERCENTAGE
0-9 3 0,1
10-19 5 0,2
20-29 30 1,4
30-39 127 5,8
40-49 280 12,7
50-59 529 24,1
60-69 581 26,3
70-79 392 17,8
80-89 190 8,6
90-99 55 2,5
100-109 1 0,0
Unknown 12 0,5
2 205 100

  
Source: sacoronavirus.co.za

** If you think you have been exposed to the COVID-19, please call the government’s 24-hour hotline on 0800 029 999 or visit https://sacoronavirus.co.za/ for more information.

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