Five areas have been identified as hotspots for the coronavirus in the Cape Metro.
The Western Cape Government says it has recorded 11 810 COVID 19 cases in the province so far.
235 people have died.
The five hotspots for coronavirus are Dunoon, Tygerberg, Khayelitsha, Klipfontein and Hout Bay.
Chief Operations Officer for the
Western Cape Health Deparment, Doctor Keith Cloete, says various strategies have been put in place to manage the situation in these areas.
He says they include managing the rate of transmission in suburbs and municipal wards over 6 to 8 weeks and ensuring that people wear masks.
The metro has been divided into eight sub-districts to help manage the disease.
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