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Australia’s Queensland University begins Covid-19 vaccine trial

1 day ago | July 15, 2020

Australia’s Queensland University begins Covid-19 vaccine trial

The University of Queensland in Australia has started dosing healthy adult participants in a Phase I clinical trial of ...

Heart scans could lead to better treatment for patients in ...

Half of Covid-19 patients who received a heart scan in hospital showed abnormalities in heart function, according to new ...

Russia Completes Human Trials Of Covid-19 Vaccine

After Brazil was the first emerging market to get a test drive of the Oxford University coronavirus vaccine, it’s Russia ...

A new measles-based COVID-19 vaccine

In just over six months, the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic has caused over 572,000 deaths from 13 million cases the world over.

Danish scientists announce ‘promising’ Covid-19 ...

Denmark’s national infectious disease research institute SSI says it has achieved “promising” results after testing a ...

6 days ago | July 10, 2020

US$3,5m equipment boost for immunisation

Government yesterday received 968 solar-powered refrigerators for the country’s expanded immunisation programme (EPI) ...

Border authorities highlight need to test truck drivers

Authorities at Forbes Border Post in Mutare have highlighted the need to test truck drivers passing through the port of ...

4 more returnees escape from quarantine

FOUR more returnees escaped from Esikhovini Covid-19 quarantine centre in Esigodini, bringing the total to 209 of those ...

Marondera families receive food hampers

More than 180 families in Marondera have received food hampers provided by the Turkish government through the Turkish ...

Markets reopening divides opinion

Plans to reopen Mupedzanhamo flea market and the Glen View Area 8 complex soon have seen health experts demanding far ...

Zifa reveal Covid-19 bailout package

ZIFA have allocated a $110 500 000 Covid-19 relief package for the resumption of football which had been hit hard by the ...

‘No time for political theatrics’

All political parties, public figures and even fringe groups must be responsible and avoid events with potential to ...

Experts raise red flag on demonstrations

AS Covid-19 cases gain traction in Zimbabwe with infections nearing 1 000, health experts have warned that any let-up, ...

Mobile banking to operate via Zimswitch

Zimswitch, a company set up and owned by Zimbabwean banks, has been designated as the national payment switch and ...

PRAZ boss sent on leave

The Procurement Regulatory Authority of Zimbabwe’s (PRAZ) chief executive, Mr Nyasha Chizu, was on Tuesday sent on ...