Home Covid-19 Updates 17 highlights from ED’s COVID-19 lockdown address

17 highlights from ED’s COVID-19 lockdown address

134
ED Mnangagwa

17 highlights from ED’s COVID-19 lockdown address.

While delivering today’s COVID-19 lockdown address President Mnangagwa highlighted the following:

Lockdown extended indefinitely
Social distancing to continue
Wearing of face masks, hand washing and the use of sanitizers remains mandatory.
Public and Private places will continue to be disinfected regularly.
The government will increase all provinces’ testing capacities.
Private sector testing and isolation centres are encouraged and will be facilitated in testing suspected cases.
Rertunees still subjected to 21-day mandatory quarantine
Businesses planning to reopen must follow laid down measures in regards sanitization, social distancing, temperature checks and monitoring
Public exam classes and final year students must be allowed to proceed with the prevention measures.
The phased reopening of schools to be put in place
Business operating times adjusted, a business can open from 8 AM to 4:30 PM
Informal sector reopening consultations still ongoing
Social gatherings, weddings, churches parties etc still prohibited.
Bars and gyms to remain closed. Restaurants allowed to open for takeaways
Intercity travel still banned for both air and road transport except for essential cargo.
Zupco to remain the only public transport allowed on the road
All truck drivers entering the country to be tested.

Source –  Pindula News

In other news – Prophet Makandiwa had prophecised about the coming of Chinese doctors: Video

Prophet Makandiwa had prophecised about the coming of Chinese doctors: Video. Zimbabwe on social media has linked the prophecy to the doctors. In the prophecy, Makandiwa warns the nation against a group of doctors who will come into the country to help a desperate situation.

Prophet Makandiwa and VP ChiwengaA prophecy given in 2016 by Prophet Emmanuel Makandiwa has resurfaced on the internet a few days after the People’s Republic of China sent a…continue reading.