Moyo conceded at a post-Cabinet briefing last Thursday that the government was struggling to cope with the high number of returnees from other countries.
Over 3 000 returnees have come into the country and are being placed in mandatory quarantine as part of measures to mitigate the spread of coronavirus (Covid-19), with some complaining over the poor state of the facilities that they have been placed in across the country.
“Returnees quarantined at Belvedere Teachers College in Harare last Saturday staged a protest over the high fees being demanded by private laboratories.
“It’s unfair because it is increasingly looking likely I could remain in quarantine for a longer time because I don’t have the money to go to a private laboratory for testing.
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