Director of epidemiology and disease control at the Ministry of Health and Child Care, Dr Portia Manangazira has urged Zimbabweans not to panic over claims of a deadly flu virus and said that the flu can be treated using medication.
Dr Manangazira said that the flu virus can cause complications if not treated early and an infected person may experience malaria-like symptoms and severely weakens its victims. She said the country is likely to have more cases of the flu as we transition into the hot season from winter.
The Republic of Zimbabwe is a country located in the Southern Africa region. Its capital city is Has capital::Harare and the country has provinces. Zimbabwe is 390,580 sq km and is bordered on all sides by other countries (Zambia in the north, South Africa in the South, Botswana in the west and Mozambique in the east).
The Zimbabwean population includes the majority black Africans, most of who are indigenous Shona and Ndebele. Besides these major ethnic groups, there are also migrant citizens mainly from sub-Saharan Africa. Besides these foreigners resident in Zimbabwe, there are also a number of other local indigenous ethnic minorities scattered in different corners of the country and these include the Tonga, the Tawara, Venda and Kalanga people. As at 2012, the population of people in Zimbabwe stood at 13 061 239.The National Anthem. Click below to play Read More
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