#Breaking: Cholera Death Toll Rises To 20…2000 Cases Reported…Harare Declared Unsafe

THE  prevailing cholera outbreak has claimed over 20 lives with more than 2000 cases having been reported so far across the country, incoming Health and Childcare Minister Dr Obadiah Moyo has said. By Kudakwashe Pembere The first Cholera cases were reported last week in Glenview and Budiriro but situation on the ground indicates that the epidemic has spread beyond the capital city. Briefing Journalists during a tour of Beatrice Road Infectious Diseases Hospital better known as Nazareth where some cholera cases are  monitored, Dr Moyo declared Harare an unsafe city…

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New Requirements For HIV Testing and Counseling

THE Allied Health Practitioners Council of Zimbabwe (AHPCZ) has introduced a new set of rules and requirements for individuals willing to conduct work as HIV testing and counselors. HealthTimes Reporter The regulations according to AHPCZ, will improve professionalism and accountability in the field of HIV counseling and testing through ensuring that all practitioners who take up the duty are fully qualified and certified for task. In a circular, AHPCZ registrar, Ms F Maziriri said it was now illegal for one to use the name counselor without being registered by the…

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