10 August: Increase in cases continue to be noted. At least 1,634 cases have recovered so far.
2 July: Cases continue to increase. About 50% cases have recovered and nearly 13,000 tests have been conducted.
12 May: An upward trend of new cases continues. Manzini region is still the worst affected.
2 May: A jump of 26 cases confirmed in the last 2 days, taking the total to 106 cases. Of these 12 people have recovered and one has died. The majority of cases are in Manzini region (68 cases), with the remainder from Hhohho (23), Lumbombo (13) and Shiselweni (2). A partial lock down has been in effect since late March, which includes; school closure, ban on public gatherings, borders closed and mandatory isolation or quarantine. On 23 April, the Prime Minister announced that measures would be strengthened to included updated public transport restrictions and recommendation for the public to wear masks.
29 April: A sharp increase in cases has been observed in the past week, jumping up almost 50 new cases to 71 confirmed cases. One death has been reported.
21 April: More cases have been reported, resulting in a total of 22 cases.
24 March: Three more cases have been reported, bringing the total number of cases to four in Eswatini.