The minister of Health and Child Care, Obadiah Moyo, told the Daily News yesterday that the country remained on high alert as authorities were not ruling out a second wave of coronavirus.
A survey of health services on the continent that was undertaken in March — based on self-reports by 47 countries to WHO — had also revealed that there were on average nine intensive care unit beds per one million people, which were woefully inadequate.
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