COVID-19 Coronavirus

WHAT IS CORONAVIRUS?

Coronaviruses are a large family of viruses which may cause illness in animals or humans.  In humans, several coronaviruses are known to cause respiratory infections ranging from the common cold to more severe diseases such as Middle East Respiratory Syndrome (MERS) and Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome (SARS). The most recently discovered coronavirus causes coronavirus disease COVID-19.

 

For more information, please go to the South African COVID-19 website

For more information about how to get involved, please contact
Noelene – noelene@pinkdrive.co.za

PinkDrive NPC is registered as an Essential Service Provider.
Please click here to view PinkDrive’s CIPC Document

Please click here to view Ampath Laboratories sample collection and testing capacity document

Please click here to view Ampath Laboratories Patient Communication document relating to COVID-19

PinkDrive donated to Kolisi Foundation. Please click here to view the Donation Confirmation letter from Kolisi Foundation confirming PinkDrive’s donation

Please click here to view the Press Release of PinkDrive NPC mobilises to support the call for Mass COVID-19 Testing

Please click here to view the Press Release of Kolisi Foundation partners with PinkDrive to tackle COVID-19

Please click here to view the Press Release of Fleet Africa and Super Group Mobilise PinkDrive to Flatten the Curve

Please click here to view the Press Release of Absa partners with PinkDrive to increase protective gear, testing and humanitarian assistance

Please click here to view the Press Release of PinkDrive and Vedanta Zinc International resumes Screening to flatten the fallout from Lockdown in the Northern Cape

Please click here to view the Press Release of Corporates are Partnering with the NPO Sector to support Frontline Health Care Workers

Please click here to view the Press Release of PinkDrive partners with Corporate SA to Vaccinate the Vulnerable

Please click here to view the Press Release of PinkDrive NPC Collaboration with the National Department of Health (NDoH) Covid-19 Vaccine Rollout

Please click here to view the PinkDrive Vaccination Programme – Report July 2021

MAKE A DONATION

PinkDrive has made their mobile units and medical staff available to the National Department of Health to assist with the screening of COVID-19.

Make your donation today to help PinkDrive continue to do COVID-19 screening.

Please click on one of the below to make your donation
 

Contact Nelius – nelius@pinkdrive.co.za to make a donation

Partners and Donors

Dan Berglund
Deon Raju
Guy Butcher
Jane
Len Venter
Leonie Pretorius
N. Raath
T. Naidu
T. Padayachee
Vincent Du Plessis

SOUTH AFRICA Statistics

 

28 November 2021

29 November 2021

Total Cases:

2,961,406

2,963,679

Total Deaths:

89,797

89,822

Total Recovered:

2,847,771

2,849,439

Active Cases:

23,838

24,418

Tests Conducted:

19,413,079

19,434,381

Vaccinations:

25,288,417

25,448,767

WORLD Statistics

 

28 November 2021

29 November 2021

Total Cases:

261,938,172

262,429,526

Total Deaths:

5,218,938

5,224,812

Total Recovered:

236,489,410

236,988,470

Active Cases:

20,229,824

20,216,244

Statistics from Worldometer

South Africa Statistics by Region

Eastern Cape
28 November – 293,164
29 November – 293,174

Free State
28 November – 165,506
29 November – 165,527

Gauteng
28 November – 941,810
29 November – 943,720

Kwa-Zulu Natal
28 November – 518,269
29 November – 518,332

Limpopo
28 November – 123,473
29 November – 123,506

Mpumalanga
28 November – 153,783
29 November – 153,836

North West
28 November – 155,035
29 November – 155,090

Northern Cape
28 November – 93,316
29 November – 93,325

Western Cape
28 November – 518,050
29 November – 518,169

Unallocated

 

Statistics from SA Coronavirus website

PINKDRIVE Screening Statistics

Gauteng
No. of Patients Screened: 463,934
No. of Patients Tested: 29,747

Kwa-Zulu Natal
No. of Patients Screened: 18,422
No. of Patients Tested: 6,908

Western Cape
No. of Patients Screened: 25,898
No. of Patients Tested: 3,864

Last Updated: 19 April 2021

PINKDRIVE Vaccination Statistics

Gauteng
Total No. Vaccinated: 60,346
Health Care Works Vaccinated: 1,441
Over 60’s Vaccinated (1st Dose): 26,424
Over 60’s Vaccinated (2nd Dose): 7,127
50-59 Years (1st Dose): 5,691
50-59 Years (2nd Dose): 4,154
35-49 Years (1st Dose): 6,601
35-49 Years (2nd Dose): 2,158
18-34 Years (1st Dose): 6,006
18-34 Years (2nd Dose): 809
12-17 Years (1st Dose): 35

Kwa-Zulu Natal
Total No. Vaccinated: 43,778
Health Care Works Vaccinated: 226
Over 60’s Vaccinated (1st Dose) : 10,963
Over 60’s Vaccinated (2nd Dose): 11,751
50-59 Years (1st Dose): 4,848
50-59 Years (2nd Dose): 3,665
35-49 Years (1st Dose): 4,491
35-49 Years (2nd Dose): 1,852
18-34 Years (1st Dose): 5,512
18-34 Years (2nd Dose): 469
12-17 Years (1st Dose): –

Western Cape
Total No. Vaccinated: 9,156
Health Care Works Vaccinated: 219
Over 60’s Vaccinated (1st Dose): 4,370
Over 60’s Vaccinated (2nd Dose): 1,543
50-59 Years (1st Dose): 302
50-59 Years (2nd Dose): 96
35-49 Years (1st Dose): 1,036
35-49 Years (2nd Dose): 145
18-34 Years (1st Dose): 1,445
18-34 Years (2nd Dose): –
12-17 Years (1st Dose): –

Last Updated: 2 November 2021

Vaccination Myths/Facts

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For information about precautions for COVID-19, please click on one of the languages below:

Images of the PinkDrive team doing COVID-19 screening and vaccinations around South Africa

——————– GAUTENG ——————–

JULY 2021 – Vaccinations

AUGUST 2021 – Vaccinations

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FEBRUARY 2021

MARCH 2021