South Africa has recorded its 3 most deadly Covid-19 days on consecutive days this week, as the number of confirmed fatalities has climbed to 35 852. Since the beginning of the year, according to TimesLive, the number of recorded deaths has climbed from 28,887 on January 1 to yesterday's figure of 35,852 - an increase of 6,965 deaths. The country has recorded more than 500 deaths in a 24-hour period six times since the outbreak of the pandemic in March 2020, with five of them coming since January 5. - Smile 90.4FM

South Africa has recorded its 3 most deadly Covid-19 days on consecutive days this week, as the number of confirmed fatalities has climbed to 35 852. Since the beginning of the year, according to TimesLive, the number of recorded deaths has climbed from 28,887 on January 1 to yesterday’s figure of 35,852 – an increase of 6,965 deaths. The country has recorded more than 500 deaths in a 24-hour period six times since the outbreak of the pandemic in March 2020, with five of them coming since January 5.