Full Text: Police Ban Public Gatherings In Harare Due To Cholera OutBreak, Cases Now 3067, Death Toll 21

The Zimbabwe Republic Police (ZRP) has banned all public gatherings due to the cholera outbreak which has now claimed 21 lives with 3067 cases reported so far. We publish the statement in full below

The Government has declared the Cholera outbreak in Harare a state of emergency meaning that it is also a threat to human security. The Zimbabwe Republic Police wishes to inform members of the public that in light of the declaration of the state of emergency, the Police in Harare will not allow any public gatherings.

The Zimbabwe Republic Police is appealing to members of the public to take heed of this warning and cooperate as this will assist in alleviating the continuous spread of Cholera.

Charity Charamba (Senior Assistant Commissioner)
Chief Staff Officer (Press and Public Relation)


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Cholera is an acute epidemic infectious disease. It is characterized by watery diarrhea, extreme loss of fluid and electrolytes, and severe dehydration. It can be fatal. Read More About Cholera outbreaks

The Zimbabwe Republic Police is the country's law enforcing and maintaining organ. It was established in 1980 evolving from the Rhodesian Police and incorporated members from both the Rhodesian and the nationalist forces. It operates under the Ministry of Home Affairs. Read More About Zimbabwe Republic Police

Charity Angeline Charamba a Zimbabwean police officer, She is the former National Spokesperson for the Zimbabwe Republic Police a position she was moved from in March 2019. She holds the rank of Senior Assistant Commissioner in the police force. In March 2018 Charity Charamba reportedly... Read More About Charity Charamba

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  1. Anonymous Reply

    Its high time the government do something before people perish because of cholera. Please ED do something as a matter of urgency.

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