Lusaka Province Minister Bowman Lusambo has expressed concern that some business owners have not adhered to the stipulated guidelines that President Edgar Lungu set out for Zambia aimed at stopping the spread of the coronavirus.

Mr. Lusambo says bar owners that have continued to trade risk having their licenses revoked for failing to close their trading places to protect citizens that may be potential carriers of the virus which may be spread from person to person.

Speaking in an interview with Christian Voice News in Lusaka, Mr. Lusambo further reminded citizens to stay home and reduce on unnecessary movements.
He added that all must continue to practice good hygiene to prevent the spread of the virus.

And Mr. Lusambo says he is still working to ensure all Zambians can be able to afford hand sanitizer and essential commodities to help them maintain high levels of personal hygiene.

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