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Zim COVID-19 cases rise to 40

Zim COVID-19 cases rise to 40

Zim COVID-19 cases rise to 40

This comes after 6 Harare residents who were tested on Wednesday and two Bulawayo residents who were tested on Tuesday tested positive for coronavirus.

Zim COVID-19 cases rise to 40

Ministry of Health and Child Care has announced that Zimbabwe’s number of confirmed coronavirus cases has risen to 40 including 5 recoveries and 4 deaths.

Globally, 3 220 187 cases, 228 218 deaths and 1 000 336 recoveries have been confirmed as of April 30, 2020, 02:50 GMT.

Meanwhile, no vaccine has been approved yet although scientists have begun tests of their vaccines on people to see how effective they are.

– Pindula News

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