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Zimbabwe COVID-19 Update: 23 July 2021

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Zimbabwe COVID-19 Update: 23 July 2021

Here is the Coronavirus/ COVID-19 Situation Report or Update for Zimbabwe by the Ministry of Health and Child Care (MoHCC) on 23 July 2021:

Province PCR Tests +Ag Cum Cases (New) Recovered Cases (New) Active Cases Deaths (New)
Bulawayo 227 10 434(179) 7865(160) 2116 453(17)
Harare 2895 21 763(590) 16044(342) 4745 974(38)*
Manicaland 919 9 186(206) 4522(0) 4363 301(7)
Mash Cent 698 6 490(125) 3719(150) 2609 162(4)
Mash East 1345 9 229(281) 5118(0) 3896 215(6)
Mash West 1950 13 494(268) 8930(41) 4213 351(4)
Midlands 802 6 697(127) 4320(67) 2115 262(10)
Masvingo 326 23(154) 5109(278) 2031 103(3)
Mat North 1198 4 815(126) 2588(100) 2175 52(1)
Mat South 1504 6 335(209) 4771(125) 1476 88(1)
Total 11864 95 686(2265) 62 986(1263) 29 739 2 961(91)

 

  • New cases:  2 265
  • Local Cases: 2 265
  • Returnees: 0
  • Deaths: 91
  • Lockdown Update: National Level 4 lockdown in place.
  • Hotspot update: Hurungwe (34), Kariba (12), Chegutu (75) (Mash West), Bindura (27), Mazowe (25) (Mash Central) Murehwa (82) Marondera(44) {Mash East), Chiredzi(10), Masvingo(67)(Masvingo Prov), Harare (590) Northern Surburbs (72), Nkulumane(48), Emakhandeni(59){Bulawayo), Kwekwe(15) (Midlands).
  • Vaccinations48 391 (first dose); 6 568 (second dose)
  • Total Cumulative Vaccinations: 1 400 905 (first dose); 671 155 (second dose)
  • Tests: 11 864 (Positivity today was 19.1%)
  • Recoveries: 1 263; National Recovery Rate: 66%
  • Active Cases: 29 739
  • Total Cumulative Cases: 95 686
  • Total Recoveries: 62 986
  • Total Deaths: 2 961

Source | MoHCC

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