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  • At least 15 people have reportedly died as they waited in queues to cross from South Africa into Zimbabwe in recent weeks.

  • Coronavirus screening is being blamed for delays as migrant workers take longer to get clearance to return home for the holidays.

  • On Wednesday, TV news channel the showed cars and trucks queuing for miles on the narrow road leading to the port, the main crossing points between the two countries.

  • Local media is reporting that a lack of facilities there is causing exhaustion and ill health.

  • The South African government and police have not responded to Reuters requests for information on the deaths.

  • South Africa, which the United Nations says hosts around 1.5 million Zimbabwean migrants, his suffering a second wave of covert 19 infections.

  • Authorities suspect the surgeon cases has been triggered by a genetic mutation off the disease.

At least 15 people have reportedly died as they waited in queues to cross from South Africa into Zimbabwe in recent weeks.

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At least 15 dead in delays at South Africa-Zimbabwe border

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    林宜悉 posted on 2020/12/25
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