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Tuesday, March 31, 2020

Health

Should Zambia close it’s borders to Europe?

Tanzania on Monday became the latest East Africa country to confirm its first case of coronavirus, as neighbouring countries shuttered borders and schools as fears of contagion rose. The Tanzanian Health Minister Ummy Mwalimu said a 46-year-old Tanzanian woman had...

Zambia has not recorded any case of the Coronavirus

The Zambia National Public Health Institute (ZNPHI) Director Prof. Victor Mukonka has said that Zambia has not recorded any case of the Coronavirus (CONVID-19), but warned that one case of the virus has been recorded in the...

Speaker Welcomes ZAMPHIA Seminar for Members of parliament to help them educate the public

Speaker of the National Assembly, the Dr. Patrick Matibini has welcomed the orientation seminar for Members of Parliament on the Zambia Population-based HIV Impact Assessment (ZAMPHIA) survey, organized by the Ministry of Health, as progressive stating that it will...

Banning gatherings due to coronavirus is ineffective -UK Chief Scientist

The chief scientific adviser to U.K prime minister Boris Johnson,Sir Patrick Vallance has stressed that moves taken by countries like Italy to ban flights from affected areas, temperature test passengers at airports, and ban mass gatherings were actually relatively...

Government calls for a meeting to raise awareness on the Coronavirus

The government has called for a stakeholder meeting comprising government ministries to raise awareness on the Coronavirus. Information Minister DORA SILIYA says the meeting set for Wednesday next week will comprise Ministries of Home Affairs, Communication, and Transport, Information and...

Zambia to receive US$ 389 million from the United States Government for HIV/AIDS Relief

Zambia will receive US$ 389 million from the United States Government through the Presidents Emergency Plan for AIDS relief (PEPFAR), for the next annual funding cycle which starts in October this year. This follows the Country Operational Plan (COP 2020)...

UTH targets to conduct 50 Open Heart surgeries this year

The University Teaching Hospital (UTH) targets to conduct 50 Open Heart surgeries this year. UTH Director of Clinical Care and Diagnostics services Alex Makupe says the institution is aiming at improving the level of medical practice and care of patients. Speaking...

Avoid politicizing ZAMPHIA survey – Musamba

Senior Statistician, Chibesa Musamba says the Zambia Population HIV Assessment (ZAMPHIA) should not be perceived as a duplication of the latest Zambia Demographic Health Survey (ZDHS) report. Mr Musamba said those who want to politicise the ZAMPHIA survey are being...

Health Minister thanks the US Government on support in the fight against HIV/AIDS

Health Minister Dr. Chitalu Chilufya has thanked the United States Government and PEPFAR, on behalf of President Edgar Lungu, for the great support that Zambia is receiving from that country in the fight against HIV /AIDS and Tuberculosis...

The Population based HIV assessment survey is harmless and meant to assess progress in HIV programs-Minister of Health

Health Minister Dr. Chitalu Chilufya says Zambia is among 13 nations where a population based HIV impact assessment survey is being conducted,findings of which will be announced at the United Nations General Assembly in September this year.This is in...

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Many Katete residents resist COVID 19 preventive measures

The regulations that the government has set up in the wake of the COVID 19 pandemic in the country...

Zambia Revenue Authority to undertake a Tax Compliance Audit on Copperbelt Based Millers

The Zambia Revenue Authority (ZRA) will undertake a tax compliance audit on Copperbelt based millers as soon as the list of those that...

Chinsali market traders want vendors out of streets

Traders at new Chinsali market have cried foul over the alleged failure by the local authority to control street vending in the district. ...

Limulunga residents ignoring COVID 19 preventive measures

Limulunga residents have been urged to seriously take preventive measures against the deadly coronavirus in order to prevent the outbreak of the virus...

Mr Hichilema’s Immediate Lockdown Prescription would Hurt the Masses

By Sunday Chanda We are very disappointed with Mr. Hakainde Hichilema's insensitivity to the realities of the Covid-19, all in his quest to sound relevant. At...
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