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Government halts face to face meetings, lockdown measures extended by 2 weeks

Government departments have been ordered to stop face to face meetings with critical meetings to be done virtually.

Speaking during Post Cabinet Briefing, Information Publicity and Broadcasting Services Minister, Monica Mutsvangwa said this was in view of the marked increase in the recorded number of daily new Covid-19 cases.

Meanwhile, communities at all levels have been urged to remain vigilant & to continue adhering to COVID-19 prevention measures.

Mutsvangwa said enforcement of all COVID-19 regulations at all levels will be strengthened, adding that COVID-19 lockdown measures have been extended by another two weeks.



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