#BREAKING: Gvt Given 72 Hour Ultimatum To Resolve Drug Crisis

THE Zimbabwean government risks being dragged to court should it fail the address the prevailing drug and essential drugs crisis which has seen most pharmacies and pharmaceutical retailers closing shops, putting millions of lives at risk.   By Michael Gwarisa Through a statement, the Zimbabwe Association of Doctors for Human Rights (ZADHR) said the ministry of finance and economic development and the RBZ should announce measures that will urgently put to an end the prevailing crisis. “The Board of the Zimbabwe Association of Doctors for Human Rights (ZADHR) met and…

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Hospitals and pharmacies reject medical aid as drug prices hit the roof

THE country’s crisis-hit health sector faced fresh challenges over the weekend as pharmacies and private hospitals rejected medical aid schemes as prices of critical drugs hit the roof. Zimbabwe has been in the throes of a cholera epidemic which claimed nearly 50 lives across the country with more than 7,000 cases reported in development blamed on lack of clean water supplies and broken sewer infrastructure. A new storm has however, hit the health sector from another front as foreign currency shortages affect the supply of drugs. New fiscal measures announced…

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