July 5, 2022
The Bindura Rural District Council used devolution funds to renovate a farmhouse and turn it into a clinic. Tarlington Farm Clinic is situated in Matepatepa area.
June 7, 2022
Partnership between Government and the World Bank results in the introduction of free ambulance services and medication for needy pregnant women in Bulawayo and Harare as part of efforts to improve health services. The deal is financed through the Ministry of Finance and Economic Development in partnership with the World Bank, while Cordaid, an international charity organization is acting as the fund holder.
Feb. 13, 2020
The national response mechanism for surveillance and early detection of any possible cases of COVID-19 remains activated, especially at all ports of entry in the country.
Dec. 4, 2019
Cabinet considered and approved the Medical Services Amendment Bill, 2019 which the Minister of Justice, Legal and Parliamentary Affairs presented as the chairman of the Committee on Legislation. The Minister informed Cabinet that the Medical Services Amendment Bill, 2019 is intended to align the Medical Services Act [Chapter 15:13] with the Constitution, under the ongoing Legislative Reform Programme which is being pursued by the Second Republic.
Dec. 6, 2018
Government announced that pre-and post-exposure prophylaxis will now be accessed by everyone to ensure that the reviewed 95-95-95 goals are achieved.