Diarrhoea infections in Bulawayo explained

Since May this year, Bulawayo has reported almost 3000 diarrhoea cases in three major surburbs namely Luveve, Magwegwe and Mzilikazi with five more suburbs having been added to the list this last month. The attaining situation has become a major public health concern especially in the wake of Covid-19 pandemic.

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SOPs for returnees drawn as borders starts to re-open

Minister of Information, Publicity and Broadcasting Services, Monica Mutsvagwa in a post Cabinet briefing yesterday announced that as a measure to enable the smooth flow of returnees from South Africa at the Beitbridge Border Post, the Embassy of Zimbabwe in South Africa has drawn up Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs) as the country continues to combat COVID-19 pandemic.

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VP Chiwenga restores the dignity of the health sector.

The appointment of Honourable Vice President Dr C.G.D.N. Chiwenga as the Minister of Health and Child Care demonstrates Government’s commitment to restore the dignity of the health sector in Zimbabwe by identifying the gaps which had not been addressed for a long time.

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Traditional Medicines in the Covid-19 era

Traditional medicines (TM) still play an important role in meeting basic health care needs of local communities. Moreso, it remains the most affordable and easily accessible source of therapeutic treatment in the primary healthcare system for members the general populace.

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