Zimbabwe broadcaster, 30, dies from coronavirus

The death of Zimbabwean broadcaster Zororo Makamba, 30, is a tragic illustration that even the young can succumb to coronavirus.

Makamba had a high profile as a broadcaster and had come from a wealthy family.

He was diagnosed with coronavirus on Saturday, and his condition deteriorated rapidly after he was admitted to an isolation centre in the capital, Harare.

READ also >>>  Swiss low-cost airline EasyJet sacks 727 pilots

Meanwhile, the first man to contract the virus is said to be recovering well in self-isolation.

There are concerns about Zimbabwe’s ability to cope with the disease, even if there are only a few cases. A nation which, at the best of times, has shortages of basics such as painkillers, gloves and masks, and a more critical shortage of ventilators and oxygen tanks.

READ also >>>  Mike Edwards's wife cradles her baby bump in new photo

As reality sinks in, Zimbabweans have begun observing a ban on large gatherings.

LEAVE A REPLY

Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here