Zimbabwe police issue guidelines on movement of people during 30-day lockdown


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Companies Organisations

-Letters from Company Chief Executive Officer (CEO] or General Manager [GM] whichever the case, stating the place, days and times of reporting on and off duty.

-Letters should bear full particulars of the issuer, including his or her contact details.

-Letters should be taken to the Officer in Charge of a local Station for authenticity to guard against fake letters.

Ministries Parastatals and Provincial Levels

-At National level, an exemption letter from Directors and above and Headmasters, stating the duty, place, days and times of reporting.

-At Provincial level, an exemption letter from Provincial Heads stating the duty, place, days and times of reporting.

Commercial A2 and A1 farmers

-An offer letter/ lease agreement and an exemption certificate from Officer in Charge Station.

Communal Farmers

-Supporting letter from the Headman/Village Head stating the business to be done, the date, time, place and an exemption letter from Officer in Charge Station.

Food Retailers

-Certified photocopies of a shop licence and an exemption letter from Officer in Charge Station.

Sole Traders

-Shop licence accompanied by an exemption letter from Officer in Charge Station.

Private Security Services

Uniform, company ID and letter from the management stating dates and times of reporting on and off duty.

Medical Supplies

Medical cards / prescription / National Blood transfusion service documents.

Attendance of Funerals

– Officer in Charge Station, Officer Commanding District and Officer Commanding Province to issue exemption letters showing destination and dates of going and returning.

– To stick to the restricted attendance of 30 mourners or less.

Clarity on access to food / medical supplies

There is no need for movement exemption letters for those going to buy or restock foodstuffs or medication within a 5km radius from the place of residence, unless there is no such establishment within that radius or the needed service is not available there, in which case one may obtain it from the nearest location to his or her home.

Members of the public are urged to cooperate with Police and other security services to ensure that health, safety and security of all Zimbabweans is heightened during the second wave of this deadly COVID-19 pandemic.

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Charles Rukuni
The Insider is a political and business bulletin about Zimbabwe, edited by Charles Rukuni. Founded in 1990, it was a printed 12-page subscription only newsletter until 2003 when Zimbabwe's hyper-inflation made it impossible to continue printing.

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