The Western Cape has recorded an additional 54 deaths on Thursday, June 25. This brings the COVID-19 death toll in the province up to 1619.

“We send our condolences to their loved ones at this time,” said Premier Alan Winde.

As of 1 pm on Thursday, June 25, the Western Cape has 15 251 active cases of COVID-19, with a total of 56 345 confirmed cases and 39 475 recoveries.

Total confirmed COVID-19 cases: 56345
Total recoveries: 39475
Total deaths: 1619
Total active cases (currently infected patients): 15251
Tests conducted: 284 064
Hospitalisations: 1799 with 319 in ICU or high care

Sub Districts Cape Town Metro:
Western 4947 cases; 3621 recoveries
Southern 5100 cases; 3685 recoveries
Northern 3588 cases; 2637 recoveries
Tygerberg 7582 cases; 5730 recoveries
Eastern 5110 cases; 3627 recoveries
Klipfontein 5858 cases; 4265 recoveries
Mitchells Plain 4957 cases; 3629 recoveries
Khayelitsha 6218 cases; 4956 recoveries
Total 43 360 cases; 32150 recoveries

Garden Route Bitou 45 cases; 17 recoveries
Garden Route Knysna 133 cases; 81 recoveries
Garden Route George 422 cases; 144 recoveries
Garden Route Hessequa 22 cases; 17 recoveries
Garden Route Kannaland 3 cases; 3 recoveries
Garden Route Mossel Bay 146 cases; 57 recoveries
Garden Route Oudsthoorn 48 cases; 18 recoveries
Cape Winelands Stellenbosch 911 cases; 555 recoveries
Cape Winelands Drakenstein 2332 cases; 1568 recoveries
Cape Winelands Breede Valley 1321 cases; 723 recoveries
Cape Winelands Langeberg 380 cases; 136 recoveries
Cape Winelands Witzenberg 607 cases; 402 recoveries
Overberg Overstrand 509 cases; 239 recoveries
Overberg Cape Agulhas 46 cases; 27 recoveries
Overberg Swellendam 42 cases; 22 recoveries
Overberg Theewaterskloof 353 cases; 197 recoveries
West Coast Bergrivier 182 cases; 132 recoveries
​West Coast Cederberg 36Cases; 10 recoveries
West Coast Matzikama 46 cases; 22 recoveries
West Coast Saldanha Bay Municipality 511 cases; 285 recoveries
West Coast Swartland 491 cases; 291 recoveries
Central Karoo Beaufort West 18 cases; 2 recoveries

Unallocated: 4381 (2377 recovered)

“As the province moves closer to the peak and the Department of Health is recording over 1000 new cases daily, it is not possible to check and verify that the address data supplied for each new case is correct, within the time frames required to provide regular and timely updates. This means that in some instances, cases could be allocated to the wrong sub-districts. We are working with the sub-districts to clean and verify the data and where errors are picked up locally, cases will be re-allocated to the correct areas,” said Winde.

More data is available here.

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