THE government has laid out COVID-19 preventive measures in boarding schools, while enforcement of regulations will be tightened in the wake of a surge in new cases.
Within the past week, the country has recorded over two hundred positive cases of the virus, with a worrying trend being reported in schools and tertiary institutions.
Government notes it has set out preventive measures to combat the spread of the virus among learners, a position presented during a post cabinet briefing held in Harare this Tuesday.
Complacency among members of the public is proving to be a major cause for concern, with government emphasising that basic guidelines such as wearing face masks and social distancing will be enforced.
With the festive period fast approaching, the nation is being urged to observe COVID-19 regulations.
Other resolutions from cabinet include improving agricultural performance in line with achieving an 8 billion dollar economy by 2025.