South Africa has recorded 1,677 news cases of coronavirus, the lowest number in new daily infections since June.

The cases have declined from a peak of around 15,000 daily infections

But experts have warned that the current decline in new infections is not an indication that the worst is over.

Some 3.5 million tests have been conducted since the country recorded its first case in March.

Experts say the data shows a continued downward trend and that there’s currently no sign of a “second wave” of infections as lockdown restrictions have been eased countrywide.

But they’ve also warned that the risk of infection remains and that people should stick to health guidelines like social distancing.

Some 100 fatalities were reported on Monday, bringing the total to more than 13,000, while the recovery rate has increased to more than 80%.

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