©️ RETURNING residents at Bulawayo Polytechnic have raised concern over the way they have been treated since checking in at the quarantine centre.
“The people I came with from South Africa who were sent to different centres like Harare and Mutare have long been released yet today, I am clocking my 43rd day here. It’s really painful, why do people of Matabeleland continue to suffer like this?” she asked.
Bulawayo Provincial Affairs minister Judith Ncube said she had information to the effect that there was a group that was forced to stay longer after one of the inmates tested positive for Covid-19.
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