Government urged to avail foreign currency to local companies that produces intravenous fluids for cholera treatment

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By Staff Reporter
Bulawayo pharmaceutical company Datlabs has urged the government to avail foreign currency to local companies that can produce intravenous fluids used in the treatment of cholera instead of importing them.
The call was made by the pharmaceutical company's chief executive officer Mr Todd Moyo in an interview with Star FM News in Bulawayo.
Meanwhile Unilever brand ambassador for Lifebouy Ms Christine Musa says they have embarked on a nationwide campaign educating communities on hygiene in light of the cholera and typhoid outbreak that has hit Harare and some parts of the country.

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