7 students at Chinhoyi University test positive for COVID-19. ZBC News reports that of the seven students, five females and two male, four of are symptomatic. The development was confirmed by Chinhoyi Director of Health Services, Dr William Mayabo, who added that the seven students will be taken to Mzari clinic for isolation.
Seven students at Chinhoyi University of Technology have tested positive for coronavirus following tests conducted by the rapid response team in Makonde district. This comes after 100 learners at Jones Tallach in Matebeleland North contracted the novel virus prompting the authorities to close the school.
Kwekwe Polytechnic and Joshua Mqabuko Nkomo polytechnic also suspended lectures after some of their students tested positive for the virus. The coronavirus curve in Zimbabwe has been flattening in recent months but is starting to rise again triggering fears of a second wave.
There has been complacency around the country with the majority of the citizenry flouting coronavirus regulations including the wearing of masks and maintenance of social distancing.
As a result of new cases that are being recorded, some government officials have hinted that the government might consider reimposing the lockdown to curb the spread and transmission of the virus.
Another lockdown will likely deteriorate further the economy that is already on a downward trend for the past 24 months.
Source – Pindula News
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