File: A laboratory worker performing a COVID-19 test. AFP/Michele Cattani
JOHANNESBURG - South Africa now has 402 confirmed cases of COVID-19.
This is an increase of 128 from Sunday’s announcement.
The Northern Cape also has its first confirmed cases.
Gauteng still has the most infections, with 207-confirmed cases.
This is followed by the Western Cape, with 100, and KwaZulu-Natal with 60 cases.
COVID-19 is now present in all nine provinces.
President Cyril Ramaphosa is set to address the nation on he impact of COVID-19 on Monday.