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5967 active cases in WC – Alan Winde

Premier says 5105 people have recovered from Covid-19 in the province

Premier Alan Winde update on Coronavirus COVID-19 on 20 May

20 May 2020

As of 1pm on 20 May, the Western Cape has 5967 active cases, 11072 total confirmed cases of Covid-19 infection and 5105 recoveries.

 Total confirmed COVID-19 cases

11072

Total recoveries

5105

Total deaths

211

Total active cases (currently infected patients)

5967

Total number of tests

100 721

Patients in hospital

Hospitalizations- 470

High care/ICU- 143

Sub Districts Cape Town Metro:

 Sub-district

Cases

Recoveries

Western

1167

621

Southern

1157

444

Northern

680

326

Tygerberg

1781

907

Eastern

998

527

Klipfontein

1280

592

Mitchells Plain

1095

504

Khayelitsha

1505

728


Sub Districts Non-Metro:

District

 Sub-district

Cases

Recoveries

Garden Route

Bitou

10

6

Garden Route

Knysna

25

17

Garden Route

George

29

17

Garden Route

Hessequa

8

7

Garden Route

Mossel Bay

29

19

Garden Route

Oudtshoorn

6

3

Garden Route

Kannaland

1

0

Cape Winelands

Stellenbosch

77

29

Cape Winelands

Drakenstein

163

58

Cape Winelands

Breede Valley

58

36

Cape Winelands

Langeberg

6

4

Cape Winelands

Witzenberg

211

171

Overberg

Overstrand

22

16

Overberg

Cape Agulhas

2

2

Overberg

Swellendam

8

3

Overberg

Theewaterskloof

18

6

West Coast

Bergrivier

17

1

West Coast

Saldanha Bay Municipality

21

5

West Coast

Swartland

30

14

West Coast

Cederberg

1

0

West Coast

Matzikama

1

0

Central Karoo

Beaufort West

1

0

There are currently 680 unallocated cases and 42 recoveries.

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

The Western Cape has recorded an additional 28 COVID-19 deaths-bringing the total number of deaths from the virus in the province to 211. We extend our condolences to their loved ones at this time.

Weekly Digital Press Conference with Premier Winde, Minister Nomafrench Mbombo, Director-General Harry Malila, and HOD Dr Keith Cloete

Our weekly press conference was held this afternoon. You can find the full press release here: https://coronavirus.westerncape.gov.za/news/our-priority-protect-vulnerable-and-those-high-risk-our-curve-rises

Issued by Western Cape Office of the Premier, 20 May 2020