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Zimbabwe COVID-19 Update 29 June 2021

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Zimbabwe COVID-19 Update 29 June 2021

Here is the coronavirus or COVID-19 situation report for Zimbabwe by the Ministry of Health and Child Care (MoHCC) as of 29 June 2021:

  • New cases: 1 249
  • Local Cases: 1 249
  • Returnees: 0
  • Deaths: 12
  • Lockdown Update: National Level 4 lockdown for two weeks announced today.
  • Hotspot update: Magunje (28), Chidamoyo (30) Mash West, Centenary (29) Mash Central, Marondera (40) Mash East, Masvingo (12)Chiredzi (48) Masvingo Province, Zvishavane (61) Midlands, Nkulumane(14), Emakhandeni (17) & Northern suburbs (55) (Bulawayo), have been classified as hotspots.
  • Vaccinations6 461 (first dose); 9 982 (second dose)
  • Total Cumulative Vaccinations: 770 709 (first dose); 544 888 (second dose)
  • Tests: 8 849 (Positivity today was 14.1%)
  • Recoveries: 374; National Recovery Rate: 79%
  • Active Cases: 8 449
  • Total Cumulative Cases: 48 533
  • Total Recoveries: 38 323
  • Total Deaths: 1 761
Province PCR Tests + Ag Cum Cases (New) Recovered Cases (New) Active Cases Deaths (New)
Bulawayo 951 6675(86) 5828(22) 567 280(5)
Harare 3457 14321(182) 12475(28) 1198 648(5)
Manicaland 375 4537(59) 3895(0) 435 207(0)
Mash Cent 75 2398(122) 1713(29) 588 97(0)
Mash East 416 3125(85) 2481(0) 518 126(0)
Mash West 1201 5524(387) 2104(125) 3246 174(0)
Midlands 978 3443(120) 2672(170) 669 102(1)
Masvingo 430 3514(78) 2898(0) 543 73(1)
Mat North 697 1801(47) 1485(0) 296 20(0)
Mat South 269 3195(83)* 2772(0) 389 34(0)
Total 8 849 48 533(1249) 38 323(374) 8 449 1761(12)

 

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