Bernard Mizeki College To Be Cordoned Off After Student Dies From Cholera (Updated)

The Ministry of Health and Child Care has dispatched a team to Bernard Mizeki College in Marondera after a student died on Monday from what is suspected to be Cholera. 10 other students at the institution are reported to have complained of serious stomach ailments.

Dr Simukai Zizhou, the Provincial Medical Director for Mashonaland East confirmed the death saying that the authorities wanted to ensure that no people leave the affected area.

Update:

The school has since announced the report as carried by ZBC is “unfounded and totally untrue”

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2 comments

  1. Anonymous Reply

    a country between rivers and made of rivers at this age still cordoning, cholera is history in other countries, look into our health system and praise it send them to South AFRICA or MALAYSIA for treatment we can afford that, the president could find the ant-dot in Zimbabwe so he went to our heath facility in SOUTH Africa send the children there good for nothing minister health fired

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