Bad news has been highlighted that befell Sacred Heart School which is located in Matabeleland South's Esigodini.
It follows a report which highlighted that about 104 learners and staff members had tested positive for Covid-19.
This further solidifies that the Covid-19 pandemic is spreading in the learning institutions.
In accordance to the report, since schools reopened on the 15th of March 2021 , Zimbabwe has reportedly recorded 50 confirmed new Covid-19 positive cases at Prince Edward School and Dove Secondary School , which are based in Harare and Mberengwa.
These infections have been between the members of staff and the learners.
During the week, the vice President of Zimbabwe Mr Chiwenga reportedly highlighted that Sacred Heart School had recorded 55 cases of Covid-19, but the number had since arisen.
It is then , that he highlighted that the number of cases at the school had arisen to 104 , and hence called on the members of the public to be cautious.
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