Officials in South Africa said Friday the number of coronavirus cases there has increased to 202. 

Health Minister Zweli Mkhize said 52 people tested positive Friday after having 150 cases the previous day in Africa’s most advanced economy.

The majority of new cases are in Gauteng province, which comprises Johannesburg, the economic hub and Pretoria — the capital. That was followed by Western Cape and KwaZulu-Natal provinces.

Most of those who tested positive had traveled to European countries and the United States.

Mkhize said no one has died in South Africa from the virus and confirmed two have recovered.

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