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South Africa recorded 16 240 new laboratory-confirmed Covid-19 infections on Wednesday and 516 deaths, bringing the official death toll to 68 192. South Africa recorded 16 240 new laboratory-confirmed Covid-19 infections on Wednesday and 516 deaths, bringing the official death toll to 68 192.

Covid-19: South Africa records 16 240 new infections as death toll increases by 516 | News24

South Africa has recorded 16 240 new confirmed cases of Covid-19 infections and 516 deaths, bringing the death toll to 68 192 on Wednesday.South Africa has recorded 16 240 new confirmed cases of Covid-19 infections and 516 deaths, bringing the death toll to 68 192 on Wednesday.

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According to the National Institute of Communicable Diseases, most of the new cases were reported in Gauteng, the Western Cape and KwaZulu-Natal.According to the National Institute of Communicable Diseases, most of the new cases were reported in Gauteng, the Western Cape and KwaZulu-Natal.

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The National Institute for Communicable Diseases (NICD) says it is still too early to confirm whether South Africa has reached the peak of the Covid-19 third wave as residents of some areas have not been able to get to testing facilities.The National Institute for Communicable Diseases (NICD) says it is still too early to confirm whether South Africa has reached the peak of the Covid-19 third wave as residents of some areas have not been able to get to testing facilities.

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Dr Michelle Groome of the NICD said trends in the coming weeks will be important in confirming whether SA has reached the peak of the third COVID-19 wave or not.Dr Michelle Groome of the NICD said trends in the coming weeks will be important in confirming whether SA has reached the peak of the third COVID-19 wave or not.

COVID-19: South Africa adds more than 16 000 cases, 516 deaths