WORLD South Africa's confirmed COVID-19 cases surge amid mounting calls for tougher lockdown

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South Africa's confirmed COVID-19 cases surge amid mounting calls for tougher lockdown

Xinhua

21:14, July 04, 2020

People have haircuts in Johannesburg, South Africa, July 4, 2020. South Africa on Friday saw a record number of daily confirmed COVID-19 cases amid mounting calls for higher levels of lockdown. The country recorded 9,063 new cases in the past 24 hours, bringing the tally to 177,124, according to the latest figures released by Health Minister Zweli Mkhize. (Photos: Xinhua)

People have coffee at a coffee bar in Johannesburg, South Africa, July 4, 2020. South Africa on Friday saw a record number of daily confirmed COVID-19 cases amid mounting calls for higher levels of lockdown. The country recorded 9,063 new cases in the past 24 hours, bringing the tally to 177,124, according to the latest figures released by Health Minister Zweli Mkhize.

People have coffee at a shop in Johannesburg, South Africa, July 4, 2020. South Africa on Friday saw a record number of daily confirmed COVID-19 cases amid mounting calls for higher levels of lockdown. The country recorded 9,063 new cases in the past 24 hours, bringing the tally to 177,124, according to the latest figures released by Health Minister Zweli Mkhize.

Some restaurants have reopened in Johannesburg, South Africa, July 4, 2020. South Africa on Friday saw a record number of daily confirmed COVID-19 cases amid mounting calls for higher levels of lockdown. The country recorded 9,063 new cases in the past 24 hours, bringing the tally to 177,124, according to the latest figures released by Health Minister Zweli Mkhize.

Customers visit a musical instruments shop in Johannesburg, South Africa, July 3, 2020. South Africa on Friday saw a record number of daily confirmed COVID-19 cases amid mounting calls for higher levels of lockdown. The country recorded 9,063 new cases in the past 24 hours, bringing the tally to 177,124, according to the latest figures released by Health Minister Zweli Mkhize.

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