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email@example.comPRESIDENT Emmerson Mnangagwa said yesterday his government was concerned by the escalating local spread of the lethal coronavirus, the Daily News reports.
“When they arrive they are tested, on the eighth day they have their second, and on the 21st day they have the third test. If all the three become negative we release them.“So we would like to appeal to our people, families and communities that if a family member has just arrived from abroad we must insist that they have a certificate showing that they have been quarantined for the required period and they have been released.“This is for the protection of the family itself and the community so that we make sure that we limit the spread of the pandemic,” Mnangagwa said.
Meanwhile, medical experts have once again warned authorities to fix quarantine centres, to prevent the rising coronavirus infections in the country.