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#Covid-19: New Lockdown Regulations Announced

Harare – Zimbabwe will revert to strict lockdown regulations, as more cases were recorded, the president has announced. Pronouncing the...

Harare – Zimbabwe will revert to strict lockdown regulations, as more cases were recorded, the president has announced.

Pronouncing the latest measures, President Emmerson Mnangagwa said the regulations will be effective from Wednesday, July 22, 2020 – and will be in force for an indefinite period of time.

Below are the measures:

All non-working sections of our population will be required to stay at home; except for purposes of securing food, water and health services.

Where travel and social contact becomes essential and inevitable, every Zimbabwean should and must uphold the four requirements set out by the World Health Organization, W.H.O., which are:

Wearing masks or equivalent protective materials. Observing strict standards of hygiene, including the washing of hands or use of sanitizers. Mandatory screening in all public places and buildings, while social distancing in all public places and at all times should be maintained.

With effect from tomorrow Wednesday 22 July 2020, all business premises must operate from 0800HRS until 1500HRS, with the exception of providers of essential services.
President Emmerson Mnangagwa has Announced New Lockdown Regulations 

As of Wednesday 22 July 2020, all our Security Services must enforce a dusk-to-dawn curfew set to come into force daily between 1800HRS and 0600HRS. Only essential services are exempt from this curfew.

All business operations and premises are required to observe and enforce World Health organisation anti-COVID-19 standards which Include observing social distance at workplaces, wearing of masks at all times, regular screenings and strict hygienic standards at workplaces;

Only registered SMES which have been allocated workspaces will be allowed to operate and must comply with the parameters and protocols set by the World Health Organisation.

Our food markets will remain open and operational and must observe set measures, rules and requirements meant to uphold public health. Suppliers to markets should be facilitated to reach the markets, including by our Security Forces;

Inter-city/town public transport and inessential transport to all rural areas remain banned.

All approved buses and vehicles for public transport should ensure and enforce public health standards, including the screening of passengers before boarding, and the disinfecting of all public vehicles after each round trip;

Public gatherings for social, religious, or political purposes remain banned. Funeral gatherings remain curtailed, In line with public health requirements.

Desertion from places of quarantine by returnees and infected persons, resulting in the exposure of innocent lives to the virus will be considered a criminal act and invite a very robust response from our law- and public health-enforcement arms.

And anyone who knowingly exposes, aids, abets, or infects innocent persons, whether by breaching conditions of isolation or by encouraging actions which undermine public health measures which Government has announced or undertaken, will be liable, and severely punished accordingly.

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