Omicron

Weekly COVID-19 cases increased by 55% on 9 January

Weekly COVID-19 cases increased by 55% on 9 January

Weekly COVID-19 cases increased by 55% on 9 January World Health Organisation (WHO) revealed that weekly COVID-19 infection cases increased by 55% during the week of 3-9 January. This was revealed in a weekly epidemiological…



SAGE to meet over COVID-19 vaccine use

SAGE to meet over COVID-19 vaccine use

SAGE to meet over COVID-19 vaccine use The Strategic Advisory Group of Experts on Immunisation (SAGE) is expected to meet on Tuesday to avail proposals and recommendations to the World Health Organisation on COVID-19 use….


Ring fence COVID-19 response funds says ZIMCODD

Ring fence COVID-19 response funds says ZIMCODD

Zimbabwe Coalition on Debt and Development (ZIMCODD) has urged the government to ring-fence funds that are meant for COVID-19 response. The debt and development watchdog believes ring-fencing funds will the country better respond to emergencies…


New COVID-19 regulations expose Zimbabwe's hypocrisy

New COVID-19 regulations expose Zimbabwe’s hypocrisy

New COVID-19 regulations expose Zimbabwe’s hypocrisy By Joel Mandaza When the United Kingdom instituted a travel ban against Southern Africa, after South Africa had sequenced a new variant of concern, the government cried foul. They…


Why there is a sharp increase in COVID-19 cases

Why there is a sharp increase in COVID-19 cases

Why there is a sharp increase in COVID-19 cases WHO Health Emergencies Program COVID-19 Technical lead Dr. Maria Van Kerkhove has attributed the sharp increase in infection cases to the emergency of the Omicron variant….


Why risks related to Omicron remain very high

Why risks related to Omicron remain very high

World Health Organisation (WHO) says the risks related to the Omicron variant remain high owing to its higher transmissibility nature. The variant which was first reported by South Africa was henceforth designated variant of concern…



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