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Mozambique records zero COVID cases for the first time

The government of Mozambique has attributed the zero cases to a huge vaccination campaign and adherence to mask wearing, handwashing and social distancing

Mozambique on Monday recorded its first day of zero COVID-19 infections since the outbreak of the disease in the country in March 2020.

It also recorded zero COVID deaths and zero hospitalisation in 24 hours throughout the country.

The country has so far recorded 225,140 infections and 2,196 deaths since the pandemic started.

Some 18 people are still hospitalised across the country.

There were no recoveries in the country in the past 24 hours.

The Mozambican Ministry of Health has attributed the decline in numbers of cases to a broad vaccination campaign and adherence to mask wearing, handwashing and social distancing.

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