Progressive Teachers Union of Zimbabwe (PTUZ) secretary-general Raymond Majongwe has called for the government to close all schools in Harare until the cholera outbreak has been contained. Majongwe said the move is necessary to prevent cholera, which has been mainly confined to the Glen View and Budiriro suburbs from spreading to other suburbs in the capital. Majongwe argues that pupils from Glen View are found in most schools in the capital and may inadvertently spread the disease. Said Majongwe
l maintain we must close schools until we are sure this situation is under control. We have kids from Glen View attending lessons everywhere exposing everyone to this Cholera thing.
The Ministry of Health has already suspended lessons at Glen View 5 Primary School due to the outbreak which has already claimed 21 lives with more than 3 000 cases recorded so far. Minister of Health and Child Care Obadiah Moyo has also declared the outbreak a national emergency.
Full Text: Police Ban Public Gatherings In Harare Due To Cholera Break, Cases Now 3067, Death Toll 21
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Obadiah Moyo is the Minister of Health and Child Care. Moyo was also the former CEO of Chitungwiza Hospital. Read More About Obadiah Moyo
The 'Progressive Teachers’ Union of Zimbabwe (PTUZ) is a trade union representing over 15,000 teachers and lecturers in state and private schools and colleges. The formation of the PTUZ is a direct reaction to the unfulfilled promises communicated to the masses by Zimbabwe’s liberation movements... Read More About Progressive Teachers Union of Zimbabwe