Rely On Health Ministry’s Daily Coronavirus Updates ONLY

THE Health and Child Care Ministry says Zimbabweans should always be on the lookout for their daily coronavirus disease (COVID-19) updates only. By Kudakwashe Pembere Health Ministry Secretary Dr Agnes Mahomva said this during a parliamentary portfolio committee on health briefing on Tuesday. Her remarks come on the back of the public seeing the Ministry of Media, Information and Broadcasting Services’ Twitter handle and other sections of the media, social or not, having disseminated information which would likely cause panic. The Information Ministry has since corrected the information with guidance…

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#JUST: Fugitive Thai Coronavirus Suspect Resurfaces

THE 26 year old Thai man who made headlines yesterday after escaping from isolation has handed himself over to Wilkins hospital where he is currently being monitored. Harare City’s Health Director, Dr Prosper Chonzi told ZTN that they are currently detaining him. “We are keeping him until we get results. Physically his temperature is normal and he doesn’t have any symptoms. The police are happy that he is now back at Wilkins Hospital,” he said. Share on:

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#CORONAVIRUS: SADC Suspends Meetings

THE Southern African Development Community (SADC) has temporrily suspended all face to face meetings in the wake of the Corovavirus (COVID-19) which has claimed more than 3000 lives in China and other parts of the world. By Michael Gwarisa The new development was announced yesterday at the SADC Ministers of Health   which was held at Julius Nyerere International Convention Centre, Dar es Salaam, United Republic of Tanzania, under the Chairpersonship of Honourable Ummy Mwalimu, Minister of Health, Community Development, Gender, Elderly and Children for the United Republic of Tanzania,…

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End Forced Sterilisation Of Women Living With HIV

THE Global Network of People living HIV (GNP+), the International Community of Women living with HIV and the Global Network of Young People living with HIV (Y+),  have called  for an end to forced sterilisation of women living with HIV. In a statement, the three orgnisations described the act as a horrific violation of  human rights and called for an end to all violations of women’s autonomy and bodily integrity. The forced and coerced sterilization of women living with HIV has been documented in over 31 countries around the world,…

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