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Zimbabwe to bar non-citizens without COVID-19-free certificates from entering country

2020-11-30 17:36:10 GMT2020-12-01 01:36:10(Beijing Time) 

HARARE, Nov. 30 (Xinhua) -- Non-citizens who fail to produce COVID-19 free certificates which are less than 48 hours from testing, and those who present COVID-19 symptoms even after presenting the certificates, will not be allowed to enter Zimbabwe, as the country re-opens its borders on Tuesday.

A Statutory Instrument issued on Monday by Constantino Chiwenga, Zimbabwe's Vice President and Minister of Health and Child Care, said that with effect from Dec. 1, all the ports of entry or exit between Zimbabwe and all neighboring countries would be re-opened and goods and people shall be allowed into the country should they meet the specified conditions.

People entering Zimbabwe and who are not citizens or returning residents must "exhibit a COVID-19-free certificate issued not earlier than the previous 48 hours and not present with symptoms of COVID-19.

Zimbabwe is battling to control a resurgence of COVID-19 infections which now stand at 9,950 and 276 deaths as of Nov. 29. Enditem

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