A video has emerged online of Zimbabweans who have been detained on arrival in Tanzania and will be quarantined for 14 days at their own cost before they get tested for coronavirus. Many countries have imposed travel bans and lockdowns as they try to contain the coronavirus pandemic that has infected over 30000 and killed at least 15 000 people worldwide.
Zimbabwe recently announced the closure of borders and urged citizens against traveling outside the country. It's not clear when the group traveled but they can be seen engaged in prayer for God's intervention in their crisis.
Zimbabweans who had travelled to Tanzania with Air Zimbabwe were detained on arrival and are going to be quarantined for 14 days at their own cost in Tanzania @Mavhure @energymutodi @nicolehondo @JonesMusara @hwendec @nickmangwana @mdczimbabwe @nelsonchamisa @zanupf_patriots pic.twitter.com/I5aKwM1aMp— Poto Njere (@Potonjeree) March 25, 2020
Zimbabwean travellers have been detained upon arrival in Tanzania and are due to be quarantined for 14 days.
Stay at home folks.#COVID19ZW pic.twitter.com/rvZ0wmpg7m— Team Pachedu 🇿🇼 (@PacheduZW) March 25, 2020