File: A health worker wearing personal protective equipment collects a sample to test for the Covid-19 coronavirus. AFP/Liu Jin
JOHANNESBURG - South Africa recorded 263 new COVID-19 cases.
Most of the infections were in Gauteng, with 102 cases.
The Western Cape follows with 77 cases.
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The rest of the provinces have recorded less than 50 cases each.
Unfortunately, one person has died.
Over 6,500 tests were conducted.
#COVID19 UPDATE: 6,595 tests were conducted in the last 24hrs, with 263 new cases. Today @HealthZA reports 13 deaths; of which 1 occurred in the past 24–48 hrs. Total fatalities are 101,935 to date https://t.co/gWbkvVCzI7 pic.twitter.com/xyv4z8xtX2— NICD (@nicd_sa) July 19, 2022