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.
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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