COVID-19: SA cases rise to 7220, death toll at 138

File: The health department congratulated South African laboratory services for completing over 2 million tests.

File: The health department congratulated South African laboratory services for completing over 2 million tests.

AFP/Michele Spatari

JOHANNESBURG - Seven more people have died of COVID-19 in South Africa bringing the total number to 138.

The number of confirmed cases is up to 7220.

That's an increase of 437 cases.

The country has recorded 2746 recoveries.

Health Minister Zweli Mkhize released the latest updated information on Monday night.

So far, 2,746 people have recovered from the virus.

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