S/Africa: 36m Covid vaccines used so far
APA-Pretoria South Africa has vaccinated 2,804 Covid-19 people in the past 24 hours– bringing the total number of vaccines to 35,744,528 since the exercise started in February 2021 in the country, the health ministry has said. There were some 3,220 new Covid-19 cases in the past 24 hours, bringing the total number of confirmed cases to 3,929,872 since the…
APA-Pretoria (South Africa) South Africa has vaccinated 2,804 Covid-19 people in the past 24 hours — bringing the total number of vaccines to 35,744,528 since the exercise started in February 2021 in the country, the health ministry has said.
According to the ministry’s data on Sunday, the highest number of vaccines were from the KwaZulu-Natal province with 860 shots, followed by Gauteng at 768 jabs and North West at 676 vaccines.
This means that some 45.33% of the adults have now been fully vaccinated in the country, the office said.
There were some 3,220 new Covid-19 cases in the past 24 hours, bringing the total number of confirmed cases to 3,929,872 since the diseases broke out in March 2020 in the country, the ministry said.
Two reported deaths during this period brought the total to 100,933 fatalities, while the cumulative number of recoveries now stood at 3,768,951 – which was a recovery rate of 95.9% from March 2020.
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