Zimbabwe entered into a second lockdown on Tuesday to limit the spread of coronavirus following a surge in new cases. The restrictions under level 4 lockdown will be in place for the next 30 days, and include a stay-at-home order except movement to access food and medicine. President Emerson Mnangagwa, in a tweet, has urged people to avoid large gatherings and non-essential travel. Police have mounted checkpoints on major roads leading to the capital, Harare, where only essential service providers are permitted to pass, state-owned newspaper Herald reports.
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