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Ex-Health Minister Condemns Govt for Not Acting On Marange Mapositori Mass Gathering

FORMER Health Minister in the government Henry Madzorera has warned the government to stop the selective application of law in enforcing Covid-19 restrictions. In an interview with NewZimbabwe.com, … [+2542 chars]

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CDC investigating monkeypox case in Dallas in traveler from Nigeria

(CNN)The US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and local health officials in Dallas said Friday they are investigating a case of an unusual virus called monkeypox in a traveler coming from Ni… [+2720 chars]

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Dallas resident returns from Nigeria with case of monkeypox

DALLAS (AP) — A Dallas resident has been hospitalized in stable condition under isolation after returning from Nigeria with the first-ever Texas case of monkeypox, health officials revealed Friday.In… [+1313 chars]

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South Africa Violence a Wake-Up Call for Namibia

PRESIDENT HAGE GEINGOB hit the nail on the head in stating that the underlying factors which led to violence and looting in South Africa are rife in Namibia too. The president is also correct that p… [+4277 chars]

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Namibia's Oxygen Supply Threatened By South Africa Unrest

President Hage Geingob yesterday during the country's 31st Covid-19 public briefing on national response measures at State House said the looting and unrest in neighbouring South Africa (SA) should b… [+5315 chars]

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Geingob Lauds Assistance Provided By International Community

The President, HE Dr Hage Geingob on Thursday announced that the current measures, based on key indicators will be maintained and the current Public Health Regulations will be extended, from midnight… [+1556 chars]

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Record 150 New Covid-19 Deaths Announced

NAMIBIA announced a record new 150 deaths yesterday. Of the 150 deaths reported, 12 people died in the last 24 hours, 93 between 1 and 11 July, and 45 died in June. Forty-four of the people died at… [+1165 chars]

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South Africa Coronavirus Deaths Rise to Highest Since Jan. 27

South Africa reported 633 coronavirus deaths on Tuesday, the highest number since Jan. 27 when 753 people died. Officially 65,142 people have died of the disease in the country, according to a state… [+191 chars]

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Country Records 59 New Covid-19 Deaths

Features Writer Zimbabwe recorded 59 new Covid -19 deaths to bring the total deaths to 2 185 since the start of the pandemic. According to the Ministry of Health and Child Care (MOHCC), the country… [+895 chars]

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Persons With Disability Need Society's Support

Samara Razemba — Youth Interactive Writer According to World Health Organisation (WHO) estimates, 10 percent of Zimbabwe's total population is disabled. Most of them face exclusion from economic ac… [+1575 chars]

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Uganda: Assessing Govt Response After 21 Days of Lockdown

The President on June 18 imposed a 42-day nationwide Covid-19 lockdown as a key measure to break the chain of Covid-19 transmission in the country. The lockdown followed weeks of non-adherence to Co… [+17868 chars]

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Zimbabwe Records 34 Covid-19 Deaths

Covid-19 deaths continue to rise with Zimbabwe recording deaths. According to the Ministry of Health and Child Care (MOHCC), the country recorded 60 227 confirmed cases, 1 973 deaths and 42 330 reco… [+830 chars]

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Covid-19 Genomic Sequencing Tests Underway - Mahomva

Zimbabwean scientists are undertaking genomic sequencing to determine the prevalence of the Covid-19 Delta variant in the country. This comes as tests revealed that the country now had the Delta var… [+2034 chars]

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'Covid-19 Vaccines Safe for Pregnant Women'

Rumbidzayi Zinyuke and Precious Manomano Covid-19 vaccines being administered in Zimbabwe are now known to be safe for everyone above the age of 17, including pregnant and breastfeeding women follow… [+4306 chars]

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Ten Years After Independence, South Sudanese Struggle With Scars of Violence

Juba — The people of South Sudan have been battered by the ravages of conflict and armed violence during most of the first decade of the state's existence. Underscoring the scale of the violence is … [+4955 chars]

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Nigeria: Closing the Covid-19 Vaccination Gap in Nigeria

A communique issued at the end of a 1-day workshop facilitated by the Healthcare Federation of Nigeria in collaboration with Sterling Bank and other stakeholders on closing the COVID-19 vaccination g… [+7880 chars]

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Chibok Girl Bags Degree 7 Years After Boko Haram Kidnapping

She was the last Chibok girl to escape Boko Haram captivity in 2014; now the first to graduate with a degree in accounting from the American University of Nigeria, Yola, Adamawa State. Of all the Ch… [+9651 chars]

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Junior Africa Hockey Cup Cancelled

COVID-19 has put paid to Namibia's hopes of hosting the Junior Africa Cup hockey tournament, with the Africa Hockey Federation announcing that the tournament had been cancelled. Namibia was due to h… [+1938 chars]

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Capricorn Group Donates Medical Oxygen

THE Capricorn Group, which includes Bank Windhoek, has since the start of the Covid-19 pandemic committed more than N$6 million to support the government and vulnerable communities in the fight again… [+1661 chars]