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Zimbabwe’s Malaria Mojo: Down, but Not Out! Ministry Urges Vigilance Amidst Mosquito Mayhem


The Ministry of Health and Child Care in Zimbabwe is urging citizens to remain vigilant against malaria, despite a decrease in reported cases. While there has been a decline compared to the same period last year, with 6,927 reported cases between January and February, health officials emphasize the importance of continued caution.

Fortunate Manjoro, a social behavior communications officer at the Ministry of Health, stressed the need for individuals suspected of contracting malaria to seek medical attention promptly.

Additionally, Manjoro highlighted government efforts, in collaboration with other organizations, to implement programs aimed at preventing mosquito bites, which transmit malaria.

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According to the Ministry of Health, approximately five million people in Zimbabwe suffer from malaria annually.

High-risk areas for malaria include the entire Manicaland region, Mudzi, Mutoko, Uzumba Maramba Pfungwe, Zaka, Chiredzi, Mwenezi, Bikita, Makonde, and Hurungwe. Hwange, Binga, and parts of Mashonaland Central region, excluding Bindura and Mazowe, also experience challenges with the disease.


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