Covid-19 will continue to claim lives: WHO

The World Health Organisation (WHO) has said Covid-19 is likely to continue with surprises and claim more lives warning against underestimating the disease, which was first...

Covid-19 will continue to claim lives: WHO

The World Health Organisation (WHO) has said Covid-19 is likely to continue with surprises and claim...

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Zimbabwe strengthens capacity to prevent, control and manage cholera and typhoid outbreaks

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Health workers in Zimbabwe dismayed as law curbing strikes is passed

Controversial bill to stop industrial action criticised as an already struggling sector fears losing more staff...

Governing a pandemic: biopower and the COVID-19 response in Zimbabwe

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100 motorbikes lie idle, 4 years after they were donated to Govt by WHO

As one of the signs of poor management and inefficiency by the government, a total of...

90% of the world has achieved some level of immunity to COVID-19: WHO

At least 90 percent of the world’s population has achieved some level of immunity to COVID-19,...

Doctors flag Pari decline… as on-call doctors sleep in cars

DOCTORS based at Parirenyatwa Group of Hospitals have demanded a meeting over the deteriorating conditions at...

Over 4,000 Zimbabwean doctors and nurses left the country in 2021

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Zimbabwe begins polio drive to quell first threat in 30 years

The country is working with neighbouring countries to vaccinate children under five against polio....

Zimbabwe becomes first African country to approve use of injectable HIV prevention drug

The Medicines Control Authority of Zimbabwe on Monday announced the approval of the use of long-acting...

Authorities ease COVID-19-related domestic measures as of Oct. 18 /update 40

Authorities in Zimbabwe ease COVID-19-related domestic measures as of Oct. 18. Curfew remains place....

Face masks remain mandatory indoors

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