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Zimbabwe records 30 new covid 19 infections, 0 deaths in 24 hrs

The country recorded 30 new cases of Covid 19 and 0 deaths yesterday 19 June 22, data by the Ministry of Health and Child Care has shown.

Meanwhile there has been a significant decline of new cases in recent times and the recovery rate has remained at 97%.

Apparently, the government is continuously urging citizens to get vaccinated and observe health protocols at all times.

Zimbabwe’s Covid-19 Statistics As Of Sunday 19 June 2022*

*New Cases:* 30

*Deaths:*

*Total Active Cases:* 1 770

*Total Deaths:*  5 534

*PCR Tests* 560

*Total Cases:* 254 831

*Recovered Cases:* 247 527

*National Recovery Rate:* 97%

*TOTAL VACCINATIONS:*
*1st Dose:*   6 262 037

*2nd Dose:* 4 601 330

*3rd Dose:*  854 403

*Source:* Ministry
of Health & Child Care

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