SA records 2,029 new COVID-19 cases, 85 more related deaths

SA records 2,029 new COVID-19 cases, 83 more related deaths

The country is gearing for an easing of lockdown regulations as the rate of infection appears to be stabilising.

FILE: A Doctors Without Border (MSF) nurse (C) performs a COVID-19 coronavirus test during a Ministry of Health screening and testing drive in the Wolhuter men’s hostel in Jeppestown district of Johannesburg, on 14 May 2020. Picture: AFP

JOHANNESBURG – South Africa has recorded 2,029 additional cases of COVID-19, pushing the country’s total infection load to 659,656.

The country is gearing for an easing of lockdown regulations as the rate of infection appears to be stabilising.

Government said it was pleased with the way South Africans have responded to the pandemic, saying the move to lockdown level one was achieved through a collective effort.

Eighty-three more COVID-19-related fatalities were also recorded in the past 24 hours, pushing the country’s national death toll to 15,940.

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