Experts Caution Against Delays in Imposing Lockdown-COVID19

Public health and good governance experts have cautioned against delays in imposing a national lockdown as a means of curbing the spread of coronavirus in the country.

Public health expert Maziko Matemba says any delay could lead to further spread of the pandemic; while good governance expert Victor Chipofya has tipped government to engage all stakeholders for an effective lockdown.

The high court has annulled a 21-day national lockdown that was due to start this midnight following an application by rights groups and some citizens.

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