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Zimbabwe COVID-19 Update: 5 October 2021

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Zimbabwe COVID-19 Update: 5 October 2021

Here is the Coronavirus/ COVID-19 Situation Report or Update for Zimbabwe by the Ministry of Health and Child Care (MoHCC) on 05 October 2021:

  • New cases: 130
  • Local Cases: 130
  • Returnees: 0
  • Deaths: 2
  • The high number of cases constituting 42% of cases reported today Manicaland (17), Mat North (19) and Mash East (8), Masvingo (9), Midlands (2) are from outbreaks detected in schools.
  • Vaccinations11 002 (first dose); 20 104 (second dose)
  • Total Cumulative Vaccinations: 3 128 897  (first dose); 2 342 966 (second dose).
  • As of 04 October 2021, 1500hrs there were 25 hospitalised cases: New Admissions 1, Asymptomatic 0, mild to moderate 23, severe 2 and 0 in Intensive Care Units.
  • Tests: 2 636 (Positivity today was 4.9%)
  • New Recoveries: 166; National Recovery Rate: 95%
  • Active Cases: 2 593
  • Total Cumulative Cases: 131 335
  • Total Recoveries: 124 113
  • Total Deaths: 4 629
Province PCR Tests + Ag Cum Cases (New) Recovered Cases (New) Active Cases Deaths (New)
Bulawayo 186 13 176(3) 12 289(14) 162 725(1)
Harare 1052 27 463(7) 25 905(2) 64 1494(0)
Manicaland 278 13 931(38) 3041(44) 435 455(0)
Mash Cent 165 8 450(2) 070(23) 125 255(1)
Mash East 150 14 102(17) 3203(7) 555 344(0)
Mash West 0 16 316(5) 5747(0) 78 491(0)
Midlands 111 10 145(4) 529(0) 212 404(0)
Masvingo 390 10 732(30) 10 234(23) 319 179(0)
Mat North 258 7 866(24) 315(36) 452 99(0)
Mat South 46 9 154(0) 8 780(17) 191 183(0)
Total 2636 131 335(130) 124 113(166) 2593 4629(2)

 

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