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76 inmates escape from Beitbridge Quarantine Centre

POLICE have expressed concern over increasing cases of inmates who are absconding from COVID-19 Quarantine Centres across the country.

Between Friday and Sunday alone, a total of 76 comprising of 69 males and seven females absconded from Beitbridge Quarantine Centre.

Zimbabwe has re-opened its international airport, and travellers are allowed to enter, but they have to observe Covid-19 regulations currently in force.

To enter Zimbabwe, one must have a negative PCR test conducted within 48 hours of travel. This must be from an approved laboratory through the Trusted Travel platform.

If one arrives without a negative PCR test, they will enter quarantine for 10 days at designated hotels at own cost. If one arrives with a valid negative PCR test they will be required to self-quarantine at home or in a hotel for 10 days.

If one is coming from a country with Alpha or Delta COVID-19 variants they will be required to quarantine and be tested on day one, three, five and ten, at own expense.

Those who arrive with a fake COVID-19 certificate face jail time.

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