Zimbabwe now has 10 confirmed cases of Covid-19 following a sample which tested positive for the virus this Monday.

In a statement, the Ministry of Health and Child Care says the case is of a 24-year-old female who is a resident of Harare and arrived in the country from the United Kingdom two weeks ago.

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Following an alert call to assess the family, the local Rapid Response Team visited her home and samples were taken for Covid-19 testing. The patient is reported to be clinically stable and under self-isolation at home.

The ministry also noted that the other nine confirmed cases alive to date are also being managed and recovering under self-isolation at home.

“The local health care workers continue to monitor and provide the essential clinical management and support for all the nine patients,” read the statement.

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