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As World Health Organisation (WHO) has said on several occasions that countries and the world at large needs to accept the new norms and learn how to coexist alongside Covid-19 as various scientists are still working on finding a vaccine.
Experts have also come out saying millions and millions of lives are going to be lost before a vaccine can be discovered and people have to be psychologically prepared for losses.
Considering the strain that healthcare facilities are facing in Africa, South Africa cannot be spared also as we have seen cases going up from 34 357 to 503 290 just two months and 705 deaths to 8 153 in just two months.
This according to National Institute for Communicable Disease’s (NICD).
Stats also show how Gauteng and the Western Cape have been alternating in becoming epicenters with thousands of cases apart.
Premiers of both provinces, Gauteng and the Western Cape have also once tested positive for the virus at some point.
Watch full stats below:
|Province||Total cases for 31 May 2020||Percentage total|
|Province||Total cases for 1 Aug 2020||Percentage total|
|Eastern Cape||78 782||15,7|
|Free State||22 308||4,4|
|North West||19 714||3,9|
|Northern Cape||4 961||1,0|
|Western Cape||96 189||19,3|