In The Midst of COVID-19, Over 100 Zimbabweans Die From Malaria
While the country turns all efforts and resources towards fighting the COVID-19 scourge, it has emerged that malaria has claimed 131 lives since the beginning of April. The negative development has sparked confusion among Zimbabweans with some claiming authorities could be erroneously treating COVID-19 as malaria deaths.
A female Anopheles mosquito.
Malaria Kills 131 in 4 Months
The Herald, 20 April 2020
The annual malaria outbreaks in Zimbabwe have killed 131 people, while 135 585 others have been ill, between January 1 this year and last Thursday. Read more »
Malaria Kills 6 in Beitbridge, Gwanda
The Herald, 10 April 2020
Matabeleland South Province has this year recorded an increase in malaria cases with six deaths reported in Gwanda and Beitbridge districts. Read more »
Health professionals in Zimbabwe have sounded the alarm over the country's limited capacity to test people for the new coronavirus, warning that a lack of critical equipment and ... Read more »
Zimbabweans have been for years scrambling to get enough clean water to drink, prepare meals and attend to basic hygiene and are now concerned over what impact the ongoing water ... Read more »
The battle against malaria in the Southern Africa Development Community (SADC) has recorded success because of the commitment of member states forming the Elimination Eight a ... Read more »