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Zimbabwe COVID-19 Update: 09 November 2021

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Zimbabwe COVID-19 Update: 09 November 2021

Here is the Coronavirus/ COVID-19 Situation Report or Update for Zimbabwe by the Ministry of Health and Child Care (MoHCC) on 08 November 2021:

  • 37 New Cases (All Local) and 1 Death were reported today. (7-day rolling average* for new cases remains at 28 as (yesterday). (2) of these cases are from outbreaks in schools in Bulawayo (1) and Manicaland (1) Provinces.
  • Vaccination Update: 14 581 received the 1st dose today bringing cumulative for 1st dose to 3 393 972 while 7 808 received their 2nd dose bringing cumulative for 2nd dose to 2 661 887 as at 1600 hrs.
  • As of 08 November 2021, @1500hrs there were 23 hospitalised cases: New Admissions 1, Asymptomatic 0, mild to moderate 23, severe 0 and 0 in Intensive Care Units.
  • 3 591 tests were done today (Positivity today was 1.03%)
  • 27 new recoveries: National Recovery rate rise to 96% & Active cases go up to 398.
  • As of today, Zimbabwe has recorded 133 242 Cases 128 153 recoveries & 4 691 Deaths.
Province PCR Tests Ag Cum Cases (New) Recovered Cases (New) Active Cases Deaths (New)
Bulawayo 192 13 337(4) 12565(3) 35 737(0)
Harare 1 941 27 584(0) 26051(2) 16 1 517(1)
Manicaland 289 14 390(17) 13 817(0) 108 465(0)
Mash Cent 196 8 476(0) 214(0) 3 259(0)
Mash East 437 14 306(1) 13 910(0) 50 346(0)
Mash West 76 16 397(2) 15 888(0) 13 495(0)
Midlands 147 10 227(1) 9 812(14) 11 404(0)
Masvingo 163 11 110(5) 10 859(4) 68 183(0)
Mat North 0 8 186(7) 8 054(4) 31 101(0)
Mat South 150 9 229(0) 8 983(0) 63 183(0)
Total 3 591 133 242(37) 128 153(27) 398 4 691(1)

 

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