Misika Yemuriwo Nembatya Yorura Ne COVID-19

MUTSVAKURUDZO dzakaitwa nevari kuona nezve denda re COVID-19 munyika ye Zimbabwe, ve COVID-19 taskforce, zvinoratidza kuti nzvimbo dzekutengeserana ndimo muri kutapurianwa chirerwe che COVID-19 zvakanyanya mumaguta  makuru e Harare ne Bulawayo. Na Michael Gwarisa Vachitaura mu tsamba kuvatapi venhau, gurukuota rinoona nezvekufambiswa kwemashoko, Minister Monica Mutsvangwa vati ivo vanhu vakawanda havazi ketevedza zvakatemwa ne bazi re World Health Organisation (WHO) kuti vadzivirire chirwere che COVID-19 munyika. “Pane tsvakurudzo irikuitwa yekutarisa nzvimbo dziri kutsviriridza ne COVID-19 munyika yese. Nzvimbo dziri kutariswa dzinosangasnisira misika yemiriwo muguta re Harare ne Bulawayo. Zvakaonekwa kuti…

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#TalkingCOVID-19WithDrGant: Zimbabweans, We Must Take The COVID-19 Pandemic Seriously, And Stop Looking For Reasons To Justify Complacency!

Dr Grant Murewanhema

THE COVID-19 pandemic is  hitting hard on Zimbabwe, and growing very fast. All ten provinces in the country are reporting cases, and local transmission far outweighs imported disease. Community transmission implies many cases in society whose epidemiological origins are difficult to trace, with multiple unrelated clusters. By Dr Grant Murewanhema Human behavior is critical in controlling the epidemic. I find it unacceptable that there are still some individuals who justify complacency and lack of responsibility on their part. Its a known fact that Zimbabwe has resource limitations, and has limited…

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Low levels of reporting on sexual violence causing severe health consequences – MSF

Low levels of awareness about medical impact of sexual violence is causing severe health consequences, the international medical humanitarian organization, Medecins Sans Frontieres/ Doctors Without Borders (MSF) said today. HealthTimes Reporter Of the 7,400 survivors of sexual violence who received free, confidential medical treatment and psycho-social support from MSF at the Edith Opperman clinic in Mbare, Harare since 2011, only 43 percent sought care within 72 hours for preventive and proactive measures. All of those who sought preventive treatment within the recommended 72 hours were prevented from contracting HIV, STIs…

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