Coronavirus in South Africa
Provinces
Provincial and regional data released by the department of health is very limited and mostly just covers the daily infections and deaths data. Data on tests, and regional breakdowns are not regularly released by the DOH. Some of the provincial governments do release more detailed and regular updates, but not all provinces do. This page summarises the provincial and regional data we are aware of. This page is still in development.
Western Cape
Cases
Deaths
Eastern Cape
Cases
Deaths
Gauteng
Cases
Deaths
North West
Cases
Deaths
Mpumalanga
Cases
Deaths
KwaZulu Natal
Cases
Deaths
Free State
Cases
Deaths
Northern Cape
Cases
Deaths
Limpopo
Cases
Deaths
A - #Provinces
Province Cases Deaths Recoveries Active Cases Tests Tests per 100k
Total Change Total Change Total Change Total Per 100K
Updated: 25-04-2020
Hotspots - Cases per 100k - 8-16 May 2020
Cases per 100k
0 - 0.5
0.5 - 1
1 - 5
5 - 10
>10
South Africa has moved to a district-level alert system. There are five alert levels, which are based on the number of active Covid-19 cases per 100,000 people in the district. A hotspot is a district with 5 or more infections per 100,000 people. The minister of health has said these alert levels will be reviewed every fortnight. This map is adapted from a department of health presentation. Its colours are based on the number of active cases from 8 to 16 May.
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