Zimbabwe healthcare: Millions cannot access medical treatment

Rising inflation and corruption in Zimbabwe mean healthcare is now a luxury only few can afford.

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    Millions of people in Zimbabwe are unable to get medical treatment as costs have skyrocketed.

    Only a lucky few have health insurance, while millions find themselves without coverage.

    Rising inflation and corruption have been blamed for the collapse of public healthcare service.

     

    Al Jazeera's Haru Mutasa reports from Harare, Zimbabwe.


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