This comes after Zimbabwe's COVID-19 cases ballooned from 63 to 160 in just three days, the majority of the cases being returnees from South Africa and Botswana.
"We cannot shut our citizens out as they belong here, but we want them to be responsible so that they are tested and go through screening and quarantine processes.
"We cannot afford any let-ups because our health is of paramount importance. What we need to do is to ensure that we follow returning citizens everywhere until we are satisfied that they are free of the virus.
"We must make sure that they don't mix with locals when they come in," Moyo told the Daily News.
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