Zambia coronavirus: 1,489 cases; drivers, air travellers 'import' new cases

Zambia is one of southern Africa’s most impacted nations despite being way behind continent leader South Africa.

A lockdown imposed by President Edgar Lungu has since been relaxed following a continent-wide trend. This article will focus on major developments coming from the southern African country.

June 24: 1,489 cases; truck drivers, air travellers import cases

Case load as of June 24 stood at 1489 with 12 new cases – 7 from Chirundu, 4 in Lusaka and one in Kafue, the health ministry announced.

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