Mozambique yesterday reported 110 more positive cases of Covid-19, bringing the total to 12,525 infections, still with 91 deaths, according to the Ministry of Health daily brief. “Of the new cases reported today, 107 cases are individuals of Mozambican nationality and three cases are foreigners.
The cardiopulmonary ward at Maputo Central Hospital, the largest in the country, officially reopened yesterday after modernisation works budgeted at 15 million meticais (€175,000), the institution has announced. The rehabilitation has modernised the cardiopulmonary ward and improved the pharmacy,....
President Filipe Nyusi yesterday announced the resumption of tourism visa issuing and the end of the need for quarantine for people entering the country with a negative coronavirus test. Despite this easing of Covid-19 restrictions, Mozambique nonetheless remains in a state of “public calamity”.
AT LEAST 126 technicians from various specialties will soon be recruited by the Ministry of Health (MISAU) to reinforce the staff who are treating inpatients due to Covid-19 in the general hospitals of Polana-Caniço and Central Maputo, in the capital of the country
The President of the Republic, Filipe Jacinto Nyusi, can autozir this Thursday the start of the national football championship, Moçambique, during his Communication to the Nation within the scope of the State of Public Calamity.
The MINISTRY of Health (MISAU) announced today (29), that in the last 24 hours, there was a recovery of 216 patients who were infected with covid-19, which rises to 10,001 individuals free of the new coronavirus in the country.