New Covid-19 regulations for hotels

Online Desk |  1 year ago | top

Government has directed restaurants attached to hotels, backpackers’ lodges and guest houses, to restrict provision of food and drinks to room service, while learning institutions are prohibited from having face-to-face classes, as part of measures to contain the Covid-19 pandemic.

The latest measures were announced by Acting President Dr Constantino Chiwenga who is also Health and Child Care Minister, in terms of the Public Health (Covid-19 prevention, containment and treatment) regulations, 2020, in a Statutory Instrument of a Government gazette.

This means guests may not enter the restaurants to have meals, but will have to eat from their rooms.

in terms of the regulations, universities, colleges and schools are prohibited from providing face-to-face learning, as part of a measures to contain the disease.

They may, however, conduct public exams in compliance with sanitary measures prescribed by their parent ministries.

Schools were scheduled to re-open on the 10th of this month, for face to face classes, but this was deferred indefinitely.