Update on the coronavirus by Premier Alan Winde - 28 May

28 May 2020

As of 1pm on 28 May, the Western Cape has 7 726 active cases of Covid-19, with a total of 17 286 confirmed cases and 9 157 recoveries

Total confirmed Covid-19 cases

17286

Total recoveries

9157

Total deaths

403

Total active cases (currently infected patients)

7726

Total number of tests                                      

136 597

Hospital admissions

718 of which 157 are in ICU or high care

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Municipality

Cases

Recoveries

City of Cape Town

15 256

 8 344

Cape Winelands District Municipality

988

 431

Central Karoo District Municipality

2

 0

Garden Route District Municipality

179

86

Overberg District Municipality

 106

 40

West Coast District Municipality

 150

55

Unallocated

605

201

Total

17 286

9 157

 Sub Districts Cape Town Metro:

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Sub-districts

Cases

Recoveries

Western

1770

 989

Southern

 2059

 852

Klipfontein

 2169

 1090

Mitchells Plain

 1697

 929

Tygerberg

 2668

1573

Khayelitsha

2242

1418

Eastern

1561

890

Northern

1090

603

 Sub Districts Non-Metro:

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Municipality

Cases

Recoveries

City of Cape Town

15256

8344

Cape Winelands District Municipality

988

431

Breede Valley

143

43

Drakenstein

440

123

Langeberg

13

4

Stellenbosch

155

64

Witzenberg

237

197

Central Karoo District Municipality

2

0

Beaufort West

2

0

Laingsburg

0

0

Prince Albert

0

0

Garden Route District Municipality

179

86

Bitou

14

8

George

64

21

Hessequa

12

9

Kannaland

1 1

Knysna

47

23

Mossel Bay

30

21

Oudtshoorn

11

3

Overberg District Municipality

106

40

Cape Agulhas

6

2

Overstrand

39

21

Swellendam

11

6

Theewaterskloof

50

11

West Coast District Municipality

150

55

Bergriver

31

17

Cederberg

4

0

Matzikama

4

0

Saldanha Bay

54

13

Swartland

57

25

Unallocated

605

201

 Additional data can be found on the dashboard at www.westerncape.gov.za/coronavirus.

The Western Cape has recorded an additional 16 Covid-19 deaths-bringing the total number of deaths from the virus in the province to 403. We extend our condolences to the family and friends of the deceased at this time.

Please see the statement issued earlier today on the Western Cape's new scenario expectations.