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Zimbabwe Coronavirus/ COVID-19 Update: 29 November 2021

Zimbabwe Coronavirus/ COVID-19 Update: 29 November 2021

Here is the Coronavirus/ COVID-19 Situation Report or Update for Zimbabwe by the Ministry of Health and Child Care (MoHCC) on 29 November 2021:

  • 235 New Cases (All local) and 1 Death were reported today. (7-day rolling average* for new cases rises to 79 from 49 (yesterday). (73) of the cases reported by Masvingo are from the same learning institution.
  • Vaccination Update: 11 152 received the 1st dose today bringing cumulative for 1st dose to 3 781 186 while 6 657 received their 2nd dose bringing cumulative for 2nd dose to 2 804 465 as at 1600 hrs.
  • As of 28 November 2021, @1500hrs there were 20 hospitalised cases: New Admissions (4), Asymptomatic 0, mild to moderate 13, severe 5 and 2 in Intensive Care Units.
  • 3 067 tests done today (Positivity today was 7.7%)
  • 48 new recoveries: National Recovery rate rise to 96% & Active cases go up 817.
  • As of today, Zimbabwe has recorded 134 226 Cases 128 703 recoveries & 4 706 Deaths.
Province PCR Tests + Ag Cum Cases (New) Recovered Cases (New) Active Cases Deaths (New)
Bulawayo 386 13 424(19) 12 625(7) 61 738(0)
Harare 1119 27 26087(10) 138 522(0)
Manicaland 192 14 515(35) 13 933(2) 117 465(0)
Mash Cent 119 8 481(0) 8 218(0) 4 259(0)
Mash East 424 14 386(19) 13 974(5) 61 351(1)
Mash West 74 16 414(2) 15 903(0) 15 496(0)
Midlands 184 10 279(10) 9 820(0) 55 404(0)
Masvingo 423 11 428(82) 11 036(13) 207 185(0)
Mat North 146 8 250(8) 8 118(11) 29 103(0)
Mat South 0 9 302(0) 8 989(0) 130 183(0)
Total 067 134 226(235) 128 703(48) 817 4 706(1)

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4 Comments

Chapwititi 6 months ago

Simpuru whatever,some of us are prepared for the lockdown the Government is likely to impose.We are sick and tired of this covid thing.


Chapwititi 6 months ago

Whatever,we the public are ready for the lockdown the Government is likely to impose.


Gabadela 6 months ago

Coronavirus: 4th Wave To Strike In Spite Of High Temperatures - Experts
09 Nov. 2021 Coronavirus: 4th Wave To Strike In Spite Of High Temperatures - Experts
Health experts say the high temperatures associated with the summer season will not prevent a deadlier fourth wave of COVID-19 from hitting Zimbabwe or the development of more lethal coronavirus variants.

Mpilo Central Hospital acting chief executive Solwayo Ngwenya told NewsDay that the fourth wave will hit the country in December and January and the public should comply with COVID-19 protocols to avert a potential disaster. He said:

High temperatures that we are recording have no impact on new variants of the fourth wave. What is critical about this virus and its variants is the human-to-human contact.

Once you allow the population to mix and mingle freely, the virus spreads slowly reaching a peak after two to three months, then causing death and pandemonium.

Most people sleepwalk into this phase only to ‘wake up’ when it’s too late. The fourth wave will, unfortunately, be hitting us in December and January when the weather will be hot.

The call to social distance, hand-sanitise, and wear face masks properly must be reinforced.

Meanwhile, the major political parties, ZANU PF and the MDC Alliance have been conducting rallies that have attracted hundreds of people, in some instances bussing people from across the country to attend events in Harare.

Community Working Group on Health executive director Itai Rusike told NewsDay that political leaders are setting the stage for a fourth wave of the pandemic. Said Rusike:

It is very sad and unfortunate that political parties are disregarding the preventive measures that have been put in place by the government.

What we are seeing at political gatherings are ingredients of the fourth wave of COVID-19 currently brewing at a time when other countries are battling a new mutant Delta variant.

National COVID-19 taskforce chief coordinator Agnes Mahomva refused to comment on political gatherings which she said she was not aware of. She said:

We continue to enforce the COVID-19 regulations and we have law enforcement agents who are guarding against violations of protocols.

I would not comment on political gatherings of which I am not aware.

Several countries in Europe, particularly Russia, are struggling to contain a new wave of coronavirus infections and soaring deaths.

Russia’s national coronavirus task force on Saturday reported 41 335 new cases since the previous day, exceeding the previous daily record of 40 993 from 31 October, reported India Today.


Simpuru 6 months ago

Cases have started rising again,I personally am not surprised by this. The past three months has seen us Zimbabweans dropping our guard in terms of preventing the spread of the virus. And vaya vaituka Prof Solwayo Dlamini,uya weku predictor 4th wave by December I think maakuona kuti the learned guy was right. Please let's stay safe maZimbo, 2023 we need your votes 🤗



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