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Former ZANU PF Youth Leader Forced To Delay Burial Of Son As COVID-19 Results Take Long

Former ZANU PF youth leader, Jim Kunaka was forced to delay the burial of his 12-year-old son who died at Parktown hospital in Harare last Sunday as results for his COVID-19 tests are not yet back.

Kunaka says his son died at the hospital on where he had been taken on Saturday after complaining of a severe headache.

The former leader of Chipangano, a Zanu PF vigilante group from Mbare, told Daily News that he now had to wait for another week to have another test done. He added:

You can imagine how frustrating it is that I have to wait for the doctor who does the forensic post-mortem because he comes once a week.
I have to wait again for the Covid test. In this difficult economic environment it is expensive to run a funeral for two weeks. It is also painful as a parent to be unable to bury my son for this long.
He said Covid-19 tests results were expected on Thursday but until Saturday they had not been released adding that the blood samples taken were nowhere to be found.

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