City of Kadoma is operating on a high note following results showing that there are no longer any Covid-19 cases active in its jurisdiction.
According to the City’s Situational Report (Sitrep) seen by Nhau, no new infections or deaths have been recorded as of yesterday.
“Kadoma has since March of last year recorded 322 cases. The are however no active cases, 288 recoveries and 34 deaths. No new infections or deaths have been recorded over the past 24 hours,” reads part of the City Health department daily report availed yesterday.
The City authority’s efforts to mitigate the spread of Covid-19 appear to be bearing fruit as they continue with disinfection and compliance assessments under their jurisdiction.
“Disinfection was carried out in most of Rimuka while waste was collected from CBD (central business district), Ward 2, Chemukute and part of West View. Mass waste collection bins (skip bins), were emptied from Jompani, Waverly Shopping Centre and Ngezi vegetable markets,” reads the Sitrep.
The Sitrep also highlighted that all business premises visited were satisfactory to Covid-19 compliance protocols.
Accordingly, vaccination is an on-going process at designated zones throughout the City.
Efforts being made by the authority’s health department have been commended following the flattening of the infections curve.
Ministry of Health and Child Care statistics show that Mashonaland West province, under which Kadoma falls is the only province that recorded deaths countrywide with a total of two.
The province had a cumulative of 2040 infections, 1877 recoveries, 28 active cases and 132 deaths since the pandemic was first detected in the country in March last year. Nhau/Indaba