Coronavirus

Zim reports five more Covid deaths

Boitumelo Makhurane BULAWAYO BUREAU THE country has reported five more Covid-19 related deaths and 62 new cases on Tuesday bringing the total number of cases to 38 164. The vaccination programme is continuing countrywide with 433 939 people having been vaccinated against Covid-19 as of Tuesday.   A total of 370 676 people received the first […] The Herald …


More than 288 000 people vaccinated

Michelle Nyanzira Bulawayo Bureau MORE than 288 000 people have been vaccinated against Covid-19 from different healthcare centres countrywide. This comes as Zimbabwe recorded one death and 16 Covid-19 cases on Monday. The death was reported in Matabeleland South province. All of the 16 cases are local transmissions and Bulawayo and Harare recorded the highest […] The Herald …


Covid-19 vaccination centres now available in Chitungwiza

Muchaneta Chimuka Senior Writer CHITUNGWIZA Municipality’s City Health Department is now providing Covid -19 vaccinations for frontline workers and vulnerable residents. The vulnerable groups including those with chronic conditions such as diabetes, hypertension, heart, lung and liver conditions are among other people getting first priority as roll out continues. All front line workers such as […] The Herald …



Where to get your Covid-189 jab in Harare

Muchaneta Chimuka  Senior Reporter Do you want to get your first Covid-19 vaccination jab? Are you a resident of Harare and over the age of 18? Do you have a chronic health condition? If your answer is yes, then read below. The City of Harare recently decentralised Covid-19 vaccination sites meaning residents wishing to get […] The Herald …


Third wave threat: Nightclubs main culprits in risky behaviour

Nqobile Tshili Bulawayo Bureau RISKY behaviour observed during the Easter holiday could invite a third wave of Covid-19 infections in the country due to non-compliance to prevention measures, especially by nightclub proprietors and patrons. During the holiday, Chronicle observed that there was rampant violation of Covid-19 prevention measures with some members of the public converging […] The Herald …


Westerhof urges Zimbabweans to get Covid-19 jab

Roselyne Sachiti Features, Health and Society Editor People Living with HIV representative on the National AIDS Council Board Tendayi Westerhof has urged Zimbabweans to take the Covid-19 Sinopharm jab. Westerhof who is also National Director Pan African Positive Women’s Coalition –Zimbabwe who received her first Sinopharm jab in Harare on Monday said it is important […] The Herald …



Chitungwiza water point committees receive training on Covid-19 prevention

Muchaneta Chimuka Senior Reporter CHITUNGWIZA water point committees yesterday received training on Covid-19 prevention and coping mechanisms that supposed to be implemented at various water collection points in the area to protect communities from the Covid-19 infections. The trainings were coordinated by the Community Water Alliance Organisation with the support from Chitungwiza Municipality, Deaf Zimbabwe […] The Herald …


African Sun registers increased occupancy levels

Hotelier African Sun says despite the marked decline in occupancies and business during the second quarter of the year as a result of the coronavirus pandemic, the company saw signs of recovery during the third quarter ended September 30, 2020. The Herald …