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1 October 2021
As at 1pm on 1 October 2021, the Western Cape 5 546 active COVID-19 infections, with a total number 519 555 COVID-19 cases to date and 494 209 recoveries. Total confirmed COVID-19 cases 519 555 Total recoveries 494 209 Vaccines administered 2 878 501 Total deaths 19 800 Total active cases ( ...
30 September 2021
“End the National State of Disaster, Empower Provincial Governments, Save Jobs” Earlier today in the President’s Coordinating Council meeting, I made clear to President Cyril Ramaphosa that the Western Cape Government does not support the extension of the National State of Disaster and that it must ...
29 September 2021
As at 1pm on 29 September 2021, the Western Cape 6224 active COVID-19 infections, with a total number 518 766 COVID-19 cases to date and 492 791 recoveries. Total confirmed COVID-19 cases 518 766 Total recoveries 492 791 Vaccines administered 2 825 101 Total deaths 19 751 Total active cases ( ...
27 September 2021
As at 1pm on 27 September 2021, the Western Cape had 7 810 active COVID-19 infections, with a total number 518 216 COVID-19 cases to date and 490 718 recoveries. Total confirmed COVID-19 cases 518 216 Total recoveries 490 718 Vaccines administered 2 769 006 Total deaths 19 688 Total active cases ( ...
23 September 2021
As at 1pm on 23 September 2021, the Western Cape had 9 634 active COVID-19 infections, with a total number 517 211 COVID-19 cases to date and 487 956 recoveries. Total confirmed COVID-19 cases 517 211 Total recoveries 487 956 Vaccines administered 2 730 437 Total deaths 19 621 Total active cases ( ...
22 September 2021
As at 1pm on 22 September 2021, the Western Cape had 10 412 active COVID-19 infections, with a total number 516 701 COVID-19 cases to date and 486 686 recoveries. Total confirmed COVID-19 cases 516 701 Total recoveries 486 686 Vaccines administered 2 696 458 Total deaths 19 603 Total active cases ( ...
22 September 2021
The Western Cape must be moved to Alert Level 1 as soon as possible, as it becomes clear that we are exiting the third wave. This move will provide much needed support to our economy and enable us to get the balance right in saving both lives and jobs in our province. The Western Cape also calls ...