Bulawayo recorded four more Covid-19 deaths yesterday, statistics from the Ministry of Health and Child Care has revealed.
Zimbabwe has now lost 1 604 people to the virus.
The other death was recorded in Mashonaland East.
This week, the city recorded six Covid-19 deaths.
The ministry added that 27 cases were reported in Midlands and they are from a child care centre in the province and the outbreak is localised.
The second province which recorded the highest new cases of covid-19 is Bulawayo with 14 new cases, followed by Matabeleland South with nine cases while Harare, Manicaland, Mashonaland East all recorded three cases, Masvingo recorded two new Covid-19 cases.
“1 817 tests done today (positivity today was 3.4 percent). As of 3 June 2021, Zimbabwe has recorded 39 092 cases, 36 680 recoveries and 1 605 deaths,” said the Ministry.
The health ministry also said 364 340 people have been fully vaccinated.
“Vaccination update: 1 922 received their first dose today bringing cumulative for the first dose to 684 164 while 6 368 received their second dose bringing cumulative for 2nd dose to 364 340 (as at 1600 hours),” said the Ministry.
“19 new recoveries reported: national recovery rate stands at 94 percent and active cases go up to 807 today.”