The Government of Zimbabwe has extended the nationwide coronavirus lockdown by two weeks until 03 May 2020, but has allowed the country’s mining and manufacturing sectors to resume operations under rules set by the World Health Organisation (WHO) and public health authorities. According to President Emmerson Mnangagwa, Zimbabwe had not yet met conditions set down by the WHO to lift the lockdown, which was imposed on 30 March 2020. As of Sunday (19 April 2020), Zimbabwe has confirmed 25 coronavirus cases, including three deaths.
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