President Emmerson Mnangagwa has announced a tighter curfew, slashed business hours and banned all inter-city travel in a response to rising COVID19 cases. The measures take effect immediately and will be reviewed in...
The US's Centres for Disease Control (CDC) now ranks Zimbabwe among safe countries with the lowest COVID-19 risk for travellers, according to an updated travel advisory. Zimbabwe has moved to Level 1, "Low Risk",...
Zimbabwe is buying Sinovac vaccines at US$10 a shot, spending US$12 million on the vaccines received from the Chinese manufacturer so far, government says. The country has so far bought a total of 1,2...
The government will now require that all its workers be vaccinated against COVID-19, according to a circular issued by the Public Service Commission (PCS) on Monday. "All civil servants are considered to be front...
Vice President Constantino Chiwenga has taken the Sinopharm vaccine, hoping to boost public confidence as he launched a programme targeting to deliver vaccines to 10 million Zimbabweans. Chiwenga, who is in charge of the...
In the early months of the coronavirus pandemic, states and countries battled each other for scarce medical supplies in what governors and executives called a high-seas black market, exposing the woeful inadequacy of the global supply chain.
Zimbabwe is to receive its first Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccine shots under an African Union rollout that began on Thursday. The AU has announced the start of monthly shipments of vaccines acquired by...
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