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Coronavirus: ZIMRA workers at Harare Airport withdraw services

ZIMBABWE Revenue AUTHORITY (Zimra) workers at the Robert Gabriel Mugabe International Airport in Harare have withdrawn their services citing possible exposure to the novel coronavirus.

In a statement by the workers’ representative board Zimbabwe Revenue and Allied Workers Trade Union (ZIMRATU), the workers said they are withdrawing their services until recommendations by the World Health Organisation (WHO) have been implemented.

The leaders of the workers union yesterday wrote to the Zimbabwe Revenue Authority (ZIMRA) Commissioner-General, stating their concern and intention to withdraw from work.

Letter by ZIMRA workers warning they are pulling out of Robert Gabriel Mugabe International Airport over exposure to Covid-19.

It was not immediately clear if the workers had gone ahead and carried out their threats, or how the Zimra management handled the matter.

If you suspect COVID-19 infection or wish to obtain more information on this disease, please call the Ministry of Health and Child Care on toll free hotline number 2019 for assistance.

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