#JUSTIN: Gov Opens Inter City Travel, VID, Registrar and Passport Office

CABINET has announced the resumption of inter city travel among other transport related services in a bid to cope with the reopening of schools. By Michael Gwarisa Briefing journalists during a post cabinet media briefing, Information minister, minister Monica Mutsvagwa invited transporters wishing to operate to register with government ahead the reopening of schools. In view of the re-opening of schools for examination classes, the tourism and hospitality industry, and aviation sectors and the need to afford the working class time to attend gymnasia, Cabinet approved the extension of business…

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#JUSTIN: Bars Now Allowed To Operate, As Gvt Eases Lockdown

CABINET has resolved to allow bars, night clubs and other liquor retailers to  operate though under strict COVID-19 regulations. By Michael Gwarisa Briefing Journalists during a post cabinet media briefing, Information minister, Honorable Monica Mutsvangwa said the move was part of the easing of restrictions at the back of the positive trajectory the COVID-19 infection pattern has taken lately even though she encouraged citizens to be vigilant to avoid unnecessary spread of the virus. Following representations from the Liquor Retailers’ Association seeking permission for liquor retailers to commence operations, Cabinet…

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Zim Consulate In Joburg Closes After Two Officers Test Positive For COVID-19

THE Zimbabwean Consulate in Johannesburg, South Africa has been temporarily closed after two its officers tested positive for COVID-19, a cabinet minister has said. By Michael Gwarisa In a media briefing, information and broadcasting services minister, Honorable Monica Mustvangwa said  the officers have already been isolated in a secluded lodge and most services are currently being offered online. On a sad note, the nation is informed that the Consulate in Johannesburg has temporarily closed after two confirmed cases of COVID19 were recorded among the officers.  The officers who tested positive…

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Gvt Continues To Distribute Hydroxchloroquine Despite Red Flag From Local Pharmacists

INFORMATION and broadcasting services minister, Honorable Monica Mutsvagwa says Hydroxchloroquine is still amongst some of the COVID-19 treatment medications  in stock in the country. By Michael Gwarisa This is however despite calls by local pharmacists to halt dispensing the drug for COVID-19 treatment until conclusive studies on the effectiveness of the drug in managing the disease have been arrived. In a media brief, minister Mutsvangwa said stocks of drugs and medicines used in the treatment of COVID19 symptoms continue to increase in the country. Presently our stocks include 27.6 million…

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