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Tunisia: Covid-19 – 34 Fatalities and 1,709 Infections Reported On April 3

Tunis/Tunisia — 34 COVID-19 fatalities and 1,709 infections from 6,175 conducted tests, were reported on April 3, the Health Ministry said Sunday in its daily report on the epidemiological situation in the country. As such, the number of…

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Zimbabwe: Govt Increases Covid-19 Vaccination Sites

THE Government has introduced more Covid-19 vaccination sites across the country as part of efforts to decentralise the process and decongest existing service points. Wilkins Hospital, which has been the main vaccination point in Harare, was last week…

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Zimbabwe: Zim Achieves HIV Prevention Target

Zimbabwe has achieved the 90-90-90 target on HIV prevention and is now working on the 95-95-95 target for 2025, while the mortality significantly declined by almost 72 percent in the 10 years between 2010 and 2020, the National…

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Zimbabwe: Farming Communities Urged to Fight HIV

FIRST LADY Auxillia Mnangagwa on Friday heard harrowing tales of moral decay in the country’s farming communities characterised by prostitution, drug abuse, early child marriages, lack of healthcare and family planning which resulted in the birth of many…

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Zimbabwe: Local Surgeons in Another Successful Siamese Twins Operation

A LOCAL team of paediatric surgeons has successfully separated a pair of twins joined at the abdominal pelvic region in an 18-hour complex surgery performed at Sally Mugabe Hospital formerly Harare Central Hospital. The Siamese twins were born…

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Mozambique: Violence in Cabo Delgado – “Many Have Seen Dead Bodies Along the Way”

Amparo Vilasmil is MSF mental health activity manager in Cabo Delgado, Mozambique. She is part of a team operating in Montepuez, the second most populous city in the province and one of the destinations for people fleeing recent…

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Kenya: Newly-Opened NMS Hospitals Record 16,000 Visitors in One Month

At least 16,200 patients have been attended to at the four newly-opened Nairobi Metropolitan Services (NMS) hospitals, easing pressure on access to healthcare in Nairobi’s informal settlements. The success, recorded in only a month, has eased pressure on…

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Ethiopia: COVID-19 and Scientific Endeavors

— April 23, 2020 add comment As COVID-19 continues to threaten the world in many aspects, scientists have also continued their relentless effort to come up with solutions to halt the pandemic. While human’s understanding of the coronavirus…

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Nigeria Records No New Covid-19 Death for Third Consecutive Day

With no deaths in the past 72 hours, the fatality toll from COVID-19 in the country remains 2, 058 in total. Nigeria on Easter Sunday reported zero deaths from COVID-19, the third consecutive day nobody died of complications…

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Eritrea: Announcement From the Ministry of Health

Twenty six patients have been diagnosed positive for COVID-19 in tests carried out today at Quarantine Centers in Central, Northern Red Sea, Gash Barka, and Southern Regions. Out of these, eleven patients are from Quarantine Centers in Asmara,…

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