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Zimbabwe Coronavirus / COVID-19 Update: 04 March 2022

Zimbabwe Coronavirus / COVID-19 Update: 04 March 2022

Zimbabwe first recorded a Coronavirus case in March 2020. Since then, many people have contracted the virus. Many recovered, but some succumbed to the novel virus. Pindula News presents the Coronavirus/ COVID-19 Situation Report or Update for Zimbabwe prepared by the Ministry of Health and Child Care (MoHCC) on 04 March 2022:

• 633 New Cases (All local) and 0 Deaths reported today. (7-day rolling average* for new cases raises to 467 from 448 (yesterday). 14 of the reported cases were Imported, Mat South (14). 131 of the new cases reported today are from outbreaks detected from schools in Manicaland (51), Mat South (31), Mash East (29), Masvingo (19), and Mash Central (1).

• Vaccination Update: 1 971 received the 1st dose today bringing cumulative for 1st dose to 4 370 604, 2 127 received their 2nd dose bringing cumulative for 2nd dose to 3 405 628 while 5 410 received their 3rd dose bringing cumulative for 3rd dose to 137 995.

• As of 3 March 2022, @1500hrs there were (77) hospitalised cases: New Admissions (15), Asymptomatic (13), mild to moderate (57), severe (7) and (0) in Intensive Care Units.

• 3 620 tests done today (Positivity today was 17 %)

447 new recoveries: National Recovery rate remains at 96% & Active cases go up to 5 453

• As of today, Zimbabwe has recorded 238 739 Cases 227 889 recoveries & 5 397 Deaths.

Province PCR Tests + Ag Cum Cases (New) Recovered Cases (New) Active Cases Deaths (New)
Bulawayo 70 20507 (1) 19588 (0) 69 850 (0)
Harare 1418 46497 (8) 44653 (13) 77 1767 (0)
Manicaland 0 27805 (148) 26046 (171) 1218 541 (0)
Mash Cent 48 13765 (7) 13305 (5) 144 316 (0)
Mash East 329 30297 (119) 28037 (0) 1857 403 (0)
Mash West 44 29359 (82) 28267 (20) 521 571 (0)
Midlands 426 17222 (40) 16516 (0) 279 427 (0)
Masvingo 545 20797 (127) 19815 (151) 782 200 (0)
Mat North 378 16633 (21) 16244 (35) 265 124 (0)
Mat South 362 15857 (80) 15418 (47) 241 198 (0)
Total 3620 238739 (633) 227889 (447) 5453 5397 (0)

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2 Comments

rabni 2 months ago

yaa


Makelanwi 2 months ago

True lies,Recovery rate has remained static for almost three months.Macovid cases are cooked,hameno,chero zvamada kuita.



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