Zimbabwe’s confirmed cases of COVID-19 stand at 31 with 5 recoveries and 4 deaths according to Ministry of Health and Child Care circular dated 26/04/2020. To date the country has conducted 6395 screening and diagnostic tests for COVID-19.
Stay Home and Be Safe Zimbabwe to date has recorded a total of 28 confirmed cases of COVID-19, with Harare having recorded 12 cases followed by Bulawayo with 10, Mashonaland East 4, Matebeleland North 1 and Mashonaland West 1. Of the 28 cases recorded there has been 2 recoveries and 4 deaths.
Herald Reporter Family health director in the Ministry of Health and Child Care, Dr Bernard Madzima is now the new National Aids Council (NAC) chief executive officer. Dr Madzima was appointed yesterday by the Ministry of Health and Child Care in consultation with President Mnangagwa. He replaces Dr Tapuwa Magure who left the organisation in
Zimbabwe”s Covid-19 positive cases rose to 10 yesterday according to Ministry of Health and Child Care circular dated 6 April 2020. Yesterday alone according to the MOHCC circular the National Microbiology Reference Laboratory tested 13 samples and one the samples tested positive. For more information about Zimbabwe”s Covid-19 positive case click this link http://nac.org.zw/wp-content/uploads/2020/04/06-Apr-COVID-Update-1.pdf
Zimbabwe by yesterday had 9 confirmed cases of Covid-19 and 1 death. Yesterday alone the National Microbiology Laboratory tested 9 samples and all were Covid-19 negative according MOHCC circular dated 5 April 2020. For more detailed information on this update click this link http://nac.org.zw/wp-content/uploads/2020/04/05-Apr-COVID-Update-1-1.pdf
UNAIDS COVID-19 is a serious disease and all people living with HIV should take all recommended preventive measures to minimize exposure to, and prevent infection by, the virus that causes COVID-19. It’s important to underline that there is currently no strong evidence that people living with HIV are at an especially increased risk of contracting