Quarantined Harare Woman Tests Negative After Coronavirus Scare
A Zimbabwean woman who was quarantined at Wilkins Hospital in Harare in a suspected case of coronavirus (COVID) has tested negative and is expected to be discharged at any time.
This was said by The City of Harare through a statement posted on its social media pages on Wednesday evening. The statement reads:
Good evening Residents: We would like to confirm that we have a suspected Corona Virus patient at Wilkins Hospital.
She was received by our ambulance crew led by Dr Soman Mudariki yesterday afternoon at the Robert Gabriel Mugabe International Airport.
The 27-year woman arrived aboard an Ethiopian Airlines. She had been to Wuhan but when she travelled she was coming from Guangzhong.
Health Services Director Dr Propsper Chonzi has confirmed that tests proved she was negative. Her parents visited her today.
She is expected to be discharged at any time from this evening. Dr Chonzi said the council was prepared to deal with all suspected cases.