No Cases Of Coronavirus In Zimbabwe – Health Minister

Zimbabwe’s Health and Childcare Minister Obadiah Moyo said there are no confirmed cases of coronavirus in the country yet.

Moyo was presenting a Ministerial statement on the country’s preparedness to manage the COVID-19 deadly virus in Parliament on Thursday. He said:

As of today (Thursday), there are no cases of coronavirus in Zimbabwe. We can guarantee the nation that there is no coronavirus in Zimbabwe.

Moyo added that there are more than 3 000 Zimbabweans who returned home from China (where the virus was first detected in December 2019) since last month and were being monitored.

Meanwhile, a 27-year-old Zimbabwean woman has been discharged from Wilkins Hospital where she had been quarantined. Preliminary tests showed that she was coronavirus free.

More: New Ziana

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One Comment on “No Cases Of Coronavirus In Zimbabwe – Health Minister

  1. Everything that this guy, Obadiah Moyo, says should be taken with a pinch of salt because more often than not he lies. He’s one guy that simply sings for his supper.

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