The Western Cape has recorded 65 additional deaths on Wednesday, June 24, bringing the province’s COVID-19 death toll to 1565.

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

The Cape also has 14 837 active cases of COVID-19, with a total of 54 835 confirmed cases and 38 433 recoveries.

Total confirmed COVID-19 cases: 54 835
Total recoveries: 38433
Total deaths: 1565
Total active cases (currently infected patients): 14 837
Tests conducted: 279 347

Sub Districts Cape Town Metro:
Western 4868 cases; 3573 recoveries
Southern 4958 cases; 3601 recoveries
Northern 3513 cases; 2560 recoveries
Tygerberg 7371 cases; 5604 recoveries
Eastern 4969 cases; 3546 recoveries
Klipfontein 5695 cases; 4142 recoveries
Mitchells Plain 4840 cases; 3548 recoveries
Khayelitsha 6078 cases; 4865 recoveries
Total 42292 cases; 31439 recoveries

Garden Route Bitou 41 cases; 17 recoveries
Garden Route Knysna 128 cases; 81 recoveries
Garden Route George 388 cases; 138 recoveries
Garden Route Hessequa 19 cases; 17 recoveries
Garden Route Kannaland 3 cases; 3 recoveries
Garden Route Mossel Bay 130 cases; 49 recoveries
Garden Route Oudsthoorn 45 cases; 19 recoveries
Cape Winelands Stellenbosch 874 cases; 539 recoveries
Cape Winelands Drakenstein 2240 cases; 1506 recoveries
Cape Winelands Breede Valley 1237 cases; 688 recoveries
Cape Winelands Langeberg 350 cases; 118 recoveries
Cape Winelands Witzenberg 582 cases; 392 recoveries
Overberg Overstrand 475 cases; 227 recoveries
Overberg Cape Agulhas 42 cases; 27 recoveries
Overberg Swellendam 42 cases; 22 recoveries
Overberg Theewaterskloof 334 cases; 185 recoveries
West Coast Bergrivier 176 cases; 127 recoveries
​West Coast Cederberg 34 cases; 12 recoveries
West Coast Matzikama 42 cases; 20 recoveries
West Coast Saldanha Bay Municipality 493 cases; 267 recoveries
West Coast Swartland 480 cases; 267 recoveries
Central Karoo Beaufort West 17 cases; 2 recoveries

Unallocated: 4371 (2266 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,” Winde said.

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Lucinda Dordley

Lucinda is a hard news writer who occasionally dabbles in lifestyle writing, and recent journalism graduate. She is a proud intersectional feminist, and is passionate about actively creating a world which is free of discrimination and inequality.