(Bloomberg) — Zimbabwe ordered the re-opening of all ports of entry with immediate effect as coronavirus cases in the country continue to decline, Information Minister Monica Mutsvangwa said.
Travellers will be required to present a valid negative coronavirus test that is not more than 48 hours old to enter the country, Mutsvangwa told reporters after a cabinet meeting Tuesday in the capital, Harare.
The minister also announced that the government has lifted a ban on private-sector imports of wheat and corn.
#PostCabinetBriefing All ports of entry have been opened. All persons entering Zimbabwe must have undergone a valid COVID-19 PCR Test not more than48 hours from the time of their departure for Zimbabwe, and be fully vaccinated. Those with a booster shot have an entry advantage pic.twitter.com/Su9c00D2J6
— Ministry of Information, Publicity & Broadcasting (@InfoMinZW) February 15, 2022