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DEVELOPING: Coronavirus COVID-19 in Cape Town. Updates + practical tips

Today's status, what to do right now, and the latest news

 Last updated: 16:30, 7 April 2020

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CORONAVIRUS IN CAPE TOWN: THE SITUATION NOW
The National Institute for Communicable Diseases released an update on the positive COVID-19 cases in South Africa, there are now 1,749 confirmed positive cases (63 more than yesterday), over 58,098 tests have been done so far. Dr Mkhize has, however, warned against complacency. There have been 13 deaths from COVID-19 in South Africa - heartbreaking news that drives home that warning. 

The Western Cape Department of Health had recorded 462 positive COVID-19 cases in the province as of 6 April (8 more than the day before). Updated figures are yet to be announced. 

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