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United States assistance to Zimbabwe’s COVID-19 national response now exceeds US$6 million

Through the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), the United States has committed US$3 million from the U.S. Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act to support Zimbabwe’s COVID-19 National Preparedness and Response Plan. This new donation brings to over US$6 million the total amount that the United States has committed to ...
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Ambassador Brian A. Nichols interview with ZiFM Stereo on U.S. COVID-19 Response in Zimbabwe

Public Affairs Section United States Embassy TRANSCRIPT: Ambassador Nichols interview with ZiFM Stereo on U.S. COVID-19 Response in Zimbabwe ( April 29, 2020) START: Martha Mamombe (Martha): What do you think will be the impact of the coronavirus on how people travel and socialize? Can we expect life to go back to normal at some ...
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United States Uses $150,000 in PEPFAR Funding to Help with COVID-19 Prevention

Harare, Zimbabwe; April 7, 2020 – The United States, through the U.S. President’s Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief (or PEPFAR), is using at least $150,000 USD to help with COVID-19 prevention measures in Zimbabwe specifically targeted at people living with HIV. This PEPFAR funding includes the purchase of soap, buckets, hand washing stations and hand ...
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Hours and Advice for American Citizens

As the Government of Zimbabwe has announced a 21-day lockdown that goes into effect at 12:02 AM on Monday, March 30, U.S. Embassy Harare has suspended routine consular services until further notice.  If you require an urgent appointment please email  consularharare@state.gov  during regular business hours, or call our Duty Officer at +263 772 559 727 for ...
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United States pledges US$470,000 to combat COVID-19 in Zimbabwe

Harare, Zimbabwe; 27 March 2020 –The United States has pledged US$470,000 to fight the spread of COVID-19 in Zimbabwe.  As of Friday, March 27, the World Health Organization (WHO) said over 530,000 people have been infected with COVID-19 worldwide and more than 24,000 people have died from the disease.  Zimbabwe declared its first case last ...
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