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Update: Statement from Zimbabwean Government

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As part of its efforts to strengthen Zimbabwe and the global fight against the global spread of COVID-19, the Government of Zimbabwe wishes to advise that it continues to adhere to and continue to uphold World Health Organisation (WHO) Regulations, Guidelines and Advisories on travel requirements.

As such, all visitors and travellers into the country, including those from countries with confirmed COVID-19 cases, will be screened at ports of entry into Zimbabwe. However, travellers with signs and symptoms suggestive of COVID-19 (fever, cough, shortness of breath etc) will be referred immediately to designated isolation centres for further clinical examination and assistance.

The government further clarifies that there are no additional requirements on travellers, visitors or airlines outside those already provided for under WHO regulations, guidelines and advisories.

Click here to view the original statement.

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