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WHO Concerned With Increase In Global Covid-19 Infections, Deaths

The World Health Organisation (WHO) is concerned with recent increase in global Covid-19 infections and deaths coming at a time when countries across the world have since begun inoculating their populations against the pandemic, with over 780 million doses of vaccines having been administered to date. Across the globe, more than 137 million people have …

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Government Targeting A Million Doses Per Month

HARARE – Government is targeting to receive monthly deliveries of at least one million doses of the Covid-19 vaccines, Finance and Economic Development minister Mthuli Ncube has said. In a statement, the day after the arrival of 1056 000 Sinovac doses from China, Professor Ncube said the country had mobilised US100 million for the procurement …

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Minister Of Health and Vice President Dr C N Chiwenga addressing members of the media yesterday

We Are Now Going To Intensify The Vaccination Roll-Out Plan: Chiwenga

HARARE – Vice President and Health Minister Constantino Chiwenga said the government is now going to intensify the rolling out of the vaccination plan following the arrival of the second consignment of the Covid-19 vaccine. “We are going to intensify our roll-out plan for the vaccination. We are now going into the second phase with …

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We Have Enough Resources For The Vaccination Programme, Finance Minister Mthuli Ncube says

HARARE – Finance and Economic Development Minister Professor Mthuli Ncube said the government has enough resources to vaccinate 60% of the population to achieve herd immunity. “The vaccine will be free for all Zimbabweans. We have got our own resources to the tune of $8,3 billion which is the US$100 million. The resources are there …

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Covid-19: Zimbabwe To Recieve Another 200k Doses Donation From China

HARARE –  China has pledged to provide Zimbabwe with another donation of 200 000 doses of the Covid-19 vaccine, presidential spokesperson George Charamba revealed yesterday. This will bring a total of 400 000 doses from the Chinese government after the country recently received a consignment of 200 000 doses which has already started to be …

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JUST IN: Mnangagwa Extends Current Lockdown, says More Vaccines Coming Soon

HARARE – President Emmerson Mnangagwa today announced the extension of the current level four national lockdown by a further two weeks albeit with a few adjustments. Zimbabwe has been on a stricter level 4 lockdown since early January following a surge in Covid-19 cases particularly during the festive season. During his address, Mnangagwa said while …

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Mnangagwa Says Vaccination To Start This Week

HARARE – President Emmerson Mnangagwa has said the country will start it’s vaccination programme this week following the arrival of two hundred thousand doses of the Sinopharm vaccine donated by China. Vice President and Health minister Constantino Chiwenga today led a delegation that received the vaccine in the early hours of the morning at the …

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Zim Among The First Developing Countries To Receive Chinese Vaccine

BEIJING – Zimbabwe is among the first fourteen countries set to receive the Chinese developed Covid-19 vaccine, China has said. In a statement, Chinese Foreign Affairs spokesperson Wang Wenbin named 14 countries including Zimbabwe as the first countries set to receive the vaccine “First, apart from Pakistan, China is also providing vaccine aid to Brunei, …

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Government Disowns Muchinguri’s Utterances

HARARE – The Zimbabwean Government has quickly distanced itself from statements allegedly made by the Minister of Defence Oppah Muchinguri where she blames the Chinese for the current global Covid-19 pandemic. In a rather unusual interview by Simba Chikanza, a woman claimed to be Muchinhuri is heard weeping over the death of Manicaland Provincial Affairs …

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Should Africa speak Mandarin?

ZIMBABWE – The decision by the South African government to offer Mandarin as an optional language in schools next year has created furor among educationists who have described the move as another form of Chinese imperialism. South Africa’s education department announced recently that it planned introducing Mandarin in schools next year to pupils between the …

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