Zororo Makamba the son of a Zimbabwean business tycoon, James Makamba, succumbed to the novel coronavirus on Monday at Wilkins Hospital.
The 30-year-old journalist became Zimbabwe’s first coronavirus death. Of major concern, however, is that he mixed and mingled with lots of people shortly before and allegedly after he tested positive for the virus.
- Makamba could have interacted with other passengers who were on the plane he was in on his way back from New York, USA.
- H could have interacted with officials at the airport where lots of people come through.
- Makamba is also reported to have visited BancABC Mount Pleasant campus where he had a meeting with four people; the office of the president and cabinet; Pabloz, a popular upmarket club in Sam Levy’s Village on Thursday night.
- He is also said to have interacted with a University student who inevitably interacted with 25 classmates and other people.
All the people he interacted with other people around them which complicates everything. Harare City Health Department is reportedly tracking the student who interacted with Makamba and also the student’s classmates.
More: The Herald
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