#BREAKING: Harare Records Massive COVID-19 Recoveries In 24 Hours

HARARE Province has over the past 24 hours recorded a massive jump in COVUD-19 recoveries from 76 to 1698, a development which could signal the beginning of a new era  in Zimbabwe’s COVID-19 trajectory. By Michael Gwarisa According to the Ministry of Health and Child Care’s (MoHCC) daily sitrep, the new Harare recoveries bring the total number of national recoveries to date 3848.  47 new cases and three deaths reported in the last 24 hours. 42 are local cases and five are returnees from South Africa. One death is from…

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Harare COVID-19 Recoveries Still Very Low

HARARE Province is still lagging behind other provinces in terms of recording new recoveries from the COVID-19 disease, the Ministry of Health and Child Care daily COVID-19 sitrep has indicated. By Michael Gwarisa According to the update, Harare still has the highest number of active cases compared other provinces with a total 1765 active cases since the virus was reported in the country in March. To date, Harare only has recorded 76 recoveries and 71 deaths, also making it the province with the highest casualties. Bulawayo on the other hand…

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Harare Hospital Investigates Horror Labour Case

HARARE Central Hospital (now called Sally Mugabe) says it is investigating a case where one Mrs Valerie Mashiri (37) lost her baby after being ignored by nurses who were on duty on the fateful night. Through their Micro-blogging site, Sally Mugabe Hospital said “We at Sally Mugabe Central Hospital have noted with concern the report detailing the alleged treatment of Mrs Valerie Mashiri on her visit seeking medical care. We would like to state that this is not the way our clients should be treated. We are investigating the matter.

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Free Albinism Clinic Opens In Harare

GLOBAL Aid Missions, a non-governmental organization that supports people with Albinism, has opened the country’s first albinism free clinic By HealthTimes Reporter The GAM Health Clinic situated at number 53 Central Avenue in Harare, will also be open to the general public. “People with Albinism (PWA) have been for a long time marginalized from the mainstream healthcare services due to stigmatization and poverty, and the purpose of this clinic is to close the gap. Our mission is to make the lives of people with Albinism a living experience through the service provision of GP Consultations, Sexual…

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