Harare Mayor Dismisses Reports By The Makamba Family That Wilkins Hospital Is Not Ready To Handle COVID-19 Cases

Harare Mayor Councillor Hebert Gomba has dismissed reports by the Makamba family that the Harare City Council run Wilkins Hospital is not ready to handle COVID-19 cases, Zimbabwean Voice reports.

The Mayor was reportedly speaking to Health Times when he said:

Residents must know we have measures to mitigate the effects of the corona pandemic, recruited 60 environmental officers on contract, made $10 million ready for use, have testing kits, protective clothes and our staff to work long hours,

Makamba family, however, said there is no water and medication at Wilkins Hospital, Harare’s COVID-19 care centre.

More: Zimbabwean Voice. 


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9 comments on “Harare Mayor Dismisses Reports By The Makamba Family That Wilkins Hospital Is Not Ready To Handle COVID-19 Cases

  1. we have to find out which of these 2 sons of bitches are lying, is it ZANU govt lying or or this Harare mayor that are talking out of their assholes? I would suspect zanu first as liars !!

  2. Wilkins should be taken over and run by the Govt at the present time. City council does not have the capacity to provide the resources required particularly now.

  3. The Makamba family did not compain about what the Mayor listed here. They said there are no ventilators, no power point in that particular room where Zoro was. If they are lying, then tell us why Zoro was not treated at Wilkins. It looks like Wilkins is for testing only. If you test positive, they leave you to die

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