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Government to refurbish 5 hospitals in a 90 days rapid plan this year.
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Coronavirus fight: China ready to work with Zim
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Ministry of HealthZW Jan 27
Coronavirus: Govt assesses country’s preparedness
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Ministry of HealthZW Jan 27
Replying to @MoHCCZim
DID YOU KNOW? 26 Leprosy caused by a slow-growing bacterium Mycobacterium leprae which can cause irreversible damage to hands, feet, and eyes, potentially leading to paralysis and/or amputations.
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Ministry of HealthZW Jan 27
Replying to @MoHCCZim
The purpose of is to raise , reduce & make people understand that this can be prevented & treated
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Ministry of HealthZW Jan 27
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Ministry of HealthZW Jan 27
Misconceptions about Leprosy - is a curse - Leprosy does not have a cure - Once you catch leprosy, you will die - You can get leprosy when sitting next to someone who has.
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Ministry of HealthZW Jan 27
Replying to @MoHCCZim
Who is Most at Risk for Typhoid Fever? People lacking access to safe water and adequate sanitation Usually children between 5 and 15 years of age. However adults represents 44% in Harare (current outbreak) Elderly and immuno-compromised individuals
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Ministry of HealthZW Jan 27
Signs and Symptoms of Typhoid Fever People with typhoid can have several symptoms including one or more of the following: Persistent high fever Fatigue Headache Nausea Abdominal discomfort Constipation or diarrhoea Rash (less common
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World Health Organization (WHO) Jan 26
Replying to @WHO
WHO has issued advice to people on how to protect themselves from new (2019-nCoV) infection, as for any virus that spreads via the respiratory route.
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Ministry of HealthZW Jan 26
Too Early For Zim To Issue Coronavirus Travel Warning Says WHO
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Ministry of HealthZW Jan 24
Replying to @MoHCCZim
NOVEL CORONAVIRUS A GLOBAL CONCERN Corona is a large group of viruses which can infect both humans and animals with cold related diseases. The intensity of the infection ranges from common cold to acute respiratory syndrome.
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Ministry of HealthZW Jan 24
Replying to @MoHCCZim
A novel coronavirus, is a new strain of virus has not been previously identified in human beings.
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Ministry of HealthZW Jan 24
Signs and symptoms •Coughing •Fever •Shortness of breath •Vomiting •Diarrhea In more sever cases •Pneumonia •Severe acute respiratory syndrome •Kidney failure •Death
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Ministry of HealthZW Jan 23
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Fatality rates in typhoid fever range from 1-4% in treated cases and 10-20% in untreated cases. The highest fatality rates are reported in children <4 years of age.
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Ministry of HealthZW Jan 23
Typhoid fever is a life-threatening infection caused by a bacterium called Salmonella Typhi which only lives in humans. People with typhoid fever carry the bacteria in their bloodstream and intestinal tract.
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Ministry of HealthZW Jan 22
Harare Hospital set to digitise
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Ministry of HealthZW Jan 22
Public hospitals to go digital
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Ministry of HealthZW Jan 22
Replying to @MoHCCZim
This is the third UAE visit to Zimbabwe to show their commitment to improve healthcare services through supplying medicines and equipment.
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Ministry of HealthZW Jan 22
Replying to @MoHCCZim
Minister Dr O. Moyo says a needs assessment will take about six months for the project to take off.
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