Zimbabwe’s government authorities has imposed a new lockdown across the country, this comes in light of the spike in coronavirus in the country. Only essential services are allowed to operate freely, the national lockdown is for thirty days.
The public authority originally forced a cross country lockdown in March to contain the spread of Covid-19, however had facilitated a large portion of those measures in the midst of fears of additional financial discomfort.
VP and Health serve Constantino Chiwenga told correspondents there had been an enormous spike in cases over the bubbly season which nearly multiplied the quantity of contaminations recorded consistently.
Social events have been diminished to a limit of 30 individuals and a check in time is set up from 6pm to 6am.
The public authority says the quantity of cases recorded over the bubbly season nearly multiplied from diseases recorded so far this year.