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23 March 2020
We've updated our Coronavirus in South Africa dashboard with the latest confirmed infections published by the Department of Health this afternoon. COVID-19 cases have now been reported in all nine provinces. So far, 12,815 tests for the virus have been conducted and 402 of them have been positive.

Scroll down for a quick overview or click here to view the full dashboard.

Quick overview

Total infections: 402
New infections since last update: 128
Total people recovered: 2
Province with the most reported infections: Gauteng (52%), followed by the Western Cape (25%)
Ages: 31 to 40 years old: 69 cases. 51 to 60 years: 63 cases. Note: the ages of 129 cases are not yet known.
Gender: The latest information has not yet been made public
Total number of tests done: 12,815
• The latest information on locally transmitted and external infections has not yet been made public.

You can view the full, updated dashboard here:

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The Coronavirus in South Africa dashboard and newsletter is a partnership between Media Hack Collective and Bhekisisa. Together we aim to keep you informed with quality news and information about the COVID-19 pandemic in South Africa.

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