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Two people reported dead from Covid-19 in Zimbabwe in the latest Statistics

The Statistics that were released by the Zimbabwe Ministry of Health and Child Care revealed that there were only two people who had passed away from Covid-19 related illnesses in Zimbabwe as of the 23rd of January 2022 . As a result , it was confirmed in the statistics that there had been a total number of 5 294 deaths that had been recorded since 2020 .The deaths were recorded in the country's capital and second capital of Harare and Bulawayo respectively .

They had a fatality each recorded on the 23rd of January .Harare and Bulawayo are the provinces that have recorded the highest number of fatalities as a result of Covid-19 related infections since 2020 . Harare has lost 1730 people since 2020 , while Bulawayo has so far recorded 829 fatalities .

Moving on to the new Covid-19 infections that were recorded in Zimbabwe on the 23rd of January 2022 , it was noted that there were 75 new Covid-19 cases that were positively identified .Information fro the Ministry of Health and Child care confirmed that Zimbabwe had identified 228 254 positive cases since 2020 .Mashonaland East and Midlands were the provinces that recorded the highest number of new infections . They both recorded 13 new Covid-19 positive cases . Matabeleland North and South were on ten cases each , while other provinces recorded less that 10 cases . Bulawayo and Masvingo provinces recorded the lowest number of new Covid-19 cases in Zimbabwe . This was because they only recorded two new Covid-19 cases each .

The issue of Covid-19 remains complex issue in Zimbabwe even though the cases re on a decrease . As a result , members of the Zimbabwean community have to remain committed to adhering to measures that were put in place by the Department of health such as the wearing of masks .

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