South Africa has 3 635 confirmed COVID-19 cases, the Minister of Health, Dr Zweli Mkhize, announced on Wednesday, 22 April.
This is an increase of 170 cases from the previous night.
In a statement, Mkhize confirmed that seven more COVID-19 related deaths had been recorded, bringing the total number to 65.
Five of the deaths occurred in the Western Cape, while two were recorded in KwaZulu-Natal.
To date, South Africa has conducted 133 774 COVID-19 tests, with 6 868 of these done in the last 24 hours.
The provincial breakdown of infections is as follows:
Gauteng: 1 224
Western Cape: 1 079
Eastern Cape: 377
Free State: 106
North West: 24
Northern Cape: 16
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