#BREAKING: Zim COVID-19 Cases Shoot Through The Roof, Cases Now 132

ZIMBABWE  COVID-19 cases have jumped to 132 up from the 62 that was recorded yesterday,  cabinet minister has revealed. By Michael Gwarisa Addressing a post cabinet media briefing, Information, publicity and broadcasting services minister Hon Monica Mutsvangwa confirmed this development and saying 76 new cases have been recorded. The country now has 103 active cases. Health and Child Care Minister, Dr Obadiah Moyo however confirmed that, “The cases which have tested positive are all from the quarantine areas except for one from Harare, they have been separated and we are…

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#JUSTIN: More Returnees Escape Zim COVID-19 Quarantine

MINISTRY of Information, publicity and broadcasting services permanent secretary, Nick Mangwana has announced that 18 returnees have escaped a quarantine facility at Mkoba teachers’ college in Gweru. By Michael Gwarisa Before the latest 18 escapees, Police Spokesperson Assistant Commissioner Paul Nyathi had announced that close to 100 returning residents had escaped from various quarantine centers where they were confined as part of mandatory measures to control the spread of Covid-19. Through his micro-blogging account, Mangwana said the escaped returnees might have bribed the gate security before they were granted passage.…

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#BREAKING: Zim COVID-19 Cases Jump To 63

ZIMBABWE yesterday recorded seven more cases, bringing the total number of confirmed cases to 63 up from 56. By Michael Gwarisa Even though more recoveries have been reported recently, the number of active cases now exceeds that of recovered patients. In its daily update,the Ministry of Health and Child Care (MoHCC) said the new cases were detected amongst returnees from South Africa who are quarantines in Beitbridge. Seven new cases tested positive for COVID-19 today. These are returnees from South Africa who are quarantined in Beitbridge. Today 653 Rapid Diagnostic…

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