Zimbabwe: ‘Dispel Covid-19 Vaccination Myths’ – Doctors Urge Govt

THE ZIMBABWE Association of Doctors for Human Rights (ZADHR) has called on the government to scale up public campaigns which demystify the current myths associated with the Covid-19 vaccine uptake.

In a statement to mark the World Health Day, the doctors group noted the low uptake of the vaccine as a matter of grave concern.

This comes after Zimbabwe recorded 32 new Covid-19 cases and six deaths Tuesday.

According to government statistics, a total of 139 133 people have received their first…


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