Government has announced the country’s schools are opening 7 February this year in new lockdown measures that also saw curfew hours reduced to just five.
In a statement Friday, Vice President and Health Minister Constantino Chiwenga said the country’s curfew shall now start at 12 midnight to 5.30am.
The new measures, government said, are informed by a decline on the Covid-19 situation in the country.
Reads the statement, “The general school calendar starts on 7 February 2022 following one week of finalising all reopening preparations by both administrators and parents;
“The business community to go back to working from their offices whilst continuing to observe Covid-19 prevention measures such as social distancing and also continuing to encourage their employees and patrons to get vaccinated;
“Curfew shall begin at midnight (0000hrs) and end at 0530 hours the following day;
“Restaurants and hotels offering catering services to operate from 0800hrs and close at 2200 hours and allow sit-ins only for fully vaccinated persons.”