File: A healthcare worker holding a COVID-19 test.
JOHANNESBURG - South Africa has recorded 365 new COVID-19 infections.
Gauteng remains in the lead with 173 cases.
The rest of the provinces all recorded fewer than 50 cases.
The positivity rate stands at 3.6 percent.
While the numbers continue to go down, the virus is still claiming lives.
Three more people have died, but the death toll has increased by eight due to the ongoing audit.
#COVID19 UPDATE: 10,090 tests were conducted in the last 24hrs, with 365 new cases, which represents a 3.6% positivity rate. Today @HealthZA reports 8 deaths; of which 3 occurred in the past 24–48 hrs. Total fatalities are 101,876 to date: https://t.co/Xq7YJGWkT9 pic.twitter.com/11EUXIzRdF— NICD (@nicd_sa) July 8, 2022