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Friday, July 3, 2020

Zambia’s COVID-19 Fight in Pictures

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Social Distancing being observed at Mulungushi International Conference Center where the Minister of Finance Hon. Dr. Bwalya Ng’andu MP, was addressing members of the press on Developments in the Global and Domestic Economy.
Social Distancing being observed at Mulungushi International Conference Center where the Minister of Finance Hon. Dr. Bwalya Ng’andu MP, was addressing members of the press on Developments in the Global and Domestic Economy.

Social Distancing being observed at Mulungushi International Conference Center where the Minister of Finance Hon. Dr. Bwalya Ng’andu MP, was addressing members of the press on Developments in the Global and Domestic Economy.
Social Distancing being observed at Mulungushi International Conference Center where the Minister of Finance Hon. Dr. Bwalya Ng’andu MP, was addressing members of the press on Developments in the Global and Domestic Economy.

Social Distancing being observed at Mulungushi International Conference Center where the Minister of Finance Hon. Dr. Bwalya Ng’andu MP, was addressing members of the press on Developments in the Global and Domestic Economy.
Social Distancing being observed at Mulungushi International Conference Center where the Minister of Finance Hon. Dr. Bwalya Ng’andu MP, was addressing members of the press on Developments in the Global and Domestic Economy.

Social Distancing out of the Window: Copperbelt Minister addressing Journalist after checking on COVID-19 Compliance Guidelines
Social Distancing out of the Window: Copperbelt Minister addressing Journalist after checking on COVID-19 Compliance Guidelines

Copperbelt Minister Hon. Japhen Mwakalombe joined and led a team that went round the City of Ndola checking on the compliance levels from bar owners, church leaders and residents themselves.
Copperbelt Minister Hon. Japhen Mwakalombe joined and led a team that went round the City of Ndola checking on the compliance levels from bar owners, church leaders and residents themselves.

Copperbelt Minister Hon. Japhen Mwakalombe joined and led a team that went round the City of Ndola checking on the compliance levels from bar owners, church leaders and residents themselves.
Copperbelt Minister Hon. Japhen Mwakalombe joined and led a team that went round the City of Ndola checking on the compliance levels from bar owners, church leaders and residents themselves.

Copperbelt Minister Hon. Japhen Mwakalombe joined and led a team that went round the City of Ndola checking on the compliance levels from bar owners, church leaders and residents themselves.
Copperbelt Minister Hon. Japhen Mwakalombe joined and led a team that went round the City of Ndola checking on the compliance levels from bar owners, church leaders and residents themselves.

Police arrest people violating President Edgar Chagwa Lungu's directive to the Nation to have all bars closed amongst other directives in order to curb the outbreak of the Corona Virus in Zambia.
Police arrest people violating President Edgar Chagwa Lungu’s directive to the Nation to have all bars closed amongst other directives in order to curb the outbreak of the Corona Virus in Zambia.

Copperbelt Minister Hon. Japhen Mwakalombe joined and led a team that went round the City of Ndola checking on the compliance levels from bar owners, church leaders and residents themselves.
Copperbelt Minister Hon. Japhen Mwakalombe joined and led a team that went round the City of Ndola checking on the compliance levels from bar owners, church leaders and residents themselves.

Police arrest people violating President Edgar Chagwa Lungu's directive to the Nation to have all bars closed amongst other directives in order to curb the outbreak of the Corona Virus in Zambia.
Police arrest people violating President Edgar Chagwa Lungu’s directive to the Nation to have all bars closed amongst other directives in order to curb the outbreak of the Corona Virus in Zambia.

Copperbelt Minister Hon. Japhen Mwakalombe joined and led a team that went round the City of Ndola checking on the compliance levels from bar owners, church leaders and residents themselves.
Copperbelt Minister Hon. Japhen Mwakalombe joined and led a team that went round the City of Ndola checking on the compliance levels from bar owners, church leaders and residents themselves.

Copperbelt Minister doing a a follow-up on President Edgar Chagwa Lungu’s directive to the Nation to have all bars closed amongst other directives in order to curb the outbreak of the Corona Virus in Zambia.

A spot check on Restoration Pentecostal Apostolic Church led by the famous Yakobo Yakobo found hundreds of congregants gathered in defiance of the rules and regulations.
A spot check on Restoration Pentecostal Apostolic Church led by the famous Yakobo Yakobo found hundreds of congregants gathered in defiance of the rules and regulations.

President Lungu demonstrating the new way to greet to Presidential Affairs Minister Hon Feedom Chomba Sikazwe
President Lungu demonstrating the new way to greet to Presidential Affairs Minister Hon Feedom Chomba Sikazwe

Luanshya Mayor Nathan Chanda led a sizable team, which included some ward councillors council directors and members of the municipality fire and rescue team who sprayed disinfectants and other chemicals aimed at killing germs starting from Zaone Market, Buseko, Mpatamato , Roan , Kalala Market in Mikonfwa , the team members took turns in spraying and cleaning the environment while the traders who have been sensitised about significance of the 48 hours Markets Spraying and Cleaning exercise stayed away.
Luanshya Mayor Nathan Chanda led a sizable team, which included some ward councillors council directors and members of the municipality fire and rescue team who sprayed disinfectants and other chemicals aimed at killing germs starting from Zaone Market, Buseko, Mpatamato , Roan , Kalala Market in Mikonfwa , the team members took turns in spraying and cleaning the environment while the traders who have been sensitised about significance of the 48 hours Markets Spraying and Cleaning exercise stayed away.

Luanshya Mayor Nathan Chanda led a sizable team, which included some ward councillors council directors and members of the municipality fire and rescue team who sprayed disinfectants and other chemicals aimed at killing germs starting from Zaone Market, Buseko, Mpatamato , Roan , Kalala Market in Mikonfwa , the team members took turns in spraying and cleaning the environment while the traders who have been sensitised about significance of the 48 hours Markets Spraying and Cleaning exercise stayed away.
Luanshya Mayor Nathan Chanda led a sizable team, which included some ward councillors council directors and members of the municipality fire and rescue team who sprayed disinfectants and other chemicals aimed at killing germs starting from Zaone Market, Buseko, Mpatamato , Roan , Kalala Market in Mikonfwa , the team members took turns in spraying and cleaning the environment while the traders who have been sensitised about significance of the 48 hours Markets Spraying and Cleaning exercise stayed away.

Luanshya Mayor Nathan Chanda led a sizable team, which included some ward councillors council directors and members of the municipality fire and rescue team who sprayed disinfectants and other chemicals aimed at killing germs starting from Zaone Market, Buseko, Mpatamato , Roan , Kalala Market in Mikonfwa , the team members took turns in spraying and cleaning the environment while the traders who have been sensitised about significance of the 48 hours Markets Spraying and Cleaning exercise stayed away.
Luanshya Mayor Nathan Chanda led a sizable team, which included some ward councillors council directors and members of the municipality fire and rescue team who sprayed disinfectants and other chemicals aimed at killing germs starting from Zaone Market, Buseko, Mpatamato , Roan , Kalala Market in Mikonfwa , the team members took turns in spraying and cleaning the environment while the traders who have been sensitised about significance of the 48 hours Markets Spraying and Cleaning exercise stayed away.

Luanshya Mayor Nathan Chanda led a sizable team, which included some ward councillors council directors and members of the municipality fire and rescue team who sprayed disinfectants and other chemicals aimed at killing germs starting from Zaone Market, Buseko, Mpatamato , Roan , Kalala Market in Mikonfwa , the team members took turns in spraying and cleaning the environment while the traders who have been sensitised about significance of the 48 hours Markets Spraying and Cleaning exercise stayed away.
Luanshya Mayor Nathan Chanda led a sizable team, which included some ward councillors council directors and members of the municipality fire and rescue team who sprayed disinfectants and other chemicals aimed at killing germs starting from Zaone Market, Buseko, Mpatamato , Roan , Kalala Market in Mikonfwa , the team members took turns in spraying and cleaning the environment while the traders who have been sensitised about significance of the 48 hours Markets Spraying and Cleaning exercise stayed away.

Luanshya Mayor Nathan Chanda led a sizable team, which included some ward councillors council directors and members of the municipality fire and rescue team who sprayed disinfectants and other chemicals aimed at killing germs starting from Zaone Market, Buseko, Mpatamato , Roan , Kalala Market in Mikonfwa , the team members took turns in spraying and cleaning the environment while the traders who have been sensitised about significance of the 48 hours Markets Spraying and Cleaning exercise stayed away.
Luanshya Mayor Nathan Chanda led a sizable team, which included some ward councillors council directors and members of the municipality fire and rescue team who sprayed disinfectants and other chemicals aimed at killing germs starting from Zaone Market, Buseko, Mpatamato , Roan , Kalala Market in Mikonfwa , the team members took turns in spraying and cleaning the environment while the traders who have been sensitised about significance of the 48 hours Markets Spraying and Cleaning exercise stayed away.

Kabwe Mayor His Worship Prince Chileshe and his team have declared alright war on the Coronavirus (COVID 19). The City Father has assembled a team of operatives to ensure that all residents adhere to the President’s directives.

Kabwe Mayor His Worship Prince Chileshe and his team have declared alright war on the Coronavirus (COVID 19). The City Father has assembled a team of operatives to ensure that all residents adhere to the President's directives.
Kabwe Mayor His Worship Prince Chileshe and his team have declared alright war on the Coronavirus (COVID 19). The City Father has assembled a team of operatives to ensure that all residents adhere to the President’s directives.

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22 COMMENTS

  1. What a joke, half the people are not wearing the masks over their nose and mouth , hundreds are not standing 2 metres apart and the church people are not being arrested for breaking the law, keep this up and Zambian people are going to die like chickens. it won’t happen this week but in 6 weeks time. watch this space. if you want to live , wash your hands , don’t go to groups of people over 5 and stand 2 metres apart, think of your family, its for your own safety. good luck

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  2. The problem is that zambian asylum seekers abroad will never accept or appreciate when things in zambia are going well given the current unfortunate circumstances. They have become worshippers of their formal colonial masters. So even when their adopted country England is experiencing thousands of deaths,they will still find a reason to criticize Zambia which is not recording deaths. Ubututu ba diaspora

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  3. BUT DID YOUR LUNGU GIVE YOU EXTRA DIRECTIVES TO CONFISCATE THE TRADERS GOODS? WHY DOING THIS TO YOUR FELLOW ZAMBIANS?? SO DULL PEOPLE LIKE KAINZI JULU THINKS THERE IS SENSE AND LOGIC IN THIS.TOTALLY USELESS!!

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  4. @Kaizar Zulu its true everything in Zambia is a joke…they think masks are just for decorations.
    Mr Kaizar you seem to have a hatred for the Zambians in the diaspora….

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  5. Zambian people are better more far than South Africans they fear police not SA people are like mbuzi.lockdown but people are still on holiday they don’t care the number is going up day by day and they say what are we going to eat if don’t queue not even scared of soldiers.lets try to appreciate our people in other things not blame everything.i live in SA and I isolated with my family I don’t care SA people don’t follow what the president announced I did this for the sake of my our lives

  6. Anonymous the joke is on those living abroad where deaths are in thousands and yet they find time to criticise Zambia which is not recording numbers anywhere close to that. Instead of criticising Zambia why dony you concentrate on ensuring that you survive this virus abroad. Life means the same whether you are in England or Zambia. Today you will realise that there is nothing special about lving in the cold apart from looking pale and sick . Kz

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  7. ……..but by the Police bundling youths in a van like that contributes more to the spread than containing the virus. The police on the ground needs some education too in order to contain this virus. More over, Kanjanga said police cells must be deconjested, but what measures are they doing doing. The Ndola case is very contradictory to what the police are supposed to do.

  8. When will our leaders learn ? Once a minister or a mayor goes walking around streets or markets a crowd will follow all the time. No chance of social distancing at all. Also masks are of no use unless you actually have the virus and simply want to avoid giving it to others according to WHO information. Masks don’t last forever either.

  9. Let us enjoy the circus for now, the real pictures of all this stage managed foolishness will soon be out….

  10. Keizer Zezulu, so fixated with hatred, there is no enemy outside your soul and cronies around you, real enemy is within you, greed, ego, anger and hate.
    Your boxed life in Zambia is no standard to be admired, Zambia can not even deal with perennial cholera epidemic, how can superficial photos with other photos contrasting the same scenario be a praise worth effort to fight covid-19. Tell your lazy man to ramp-up and show leadership as we see other leaders in the world raising to the challenge of national duty.
    Umwana sha yenda will never appreciate better cooked meals outside a mum’s kitchen.

  11. It would have been nice to see at least a picture of Zambians sewing their own masks or producing their own disinfectants. This time we should’nt expect a lot of sympathy or aid from the developed countries because they have also reached their limits. We can be innovative and prepare adequately in our own capacity.

  12. flag Corruption scandals: 48 Houses Social Security Cash Luxury Presidential Jet Ambulances Fire Trucks Mukula Trees Ndola-Lusaka Rd Malawi Maizegate Fuelgate Swaziland landgate Zesco Loans

    I pray this COVID-19 doesn’t hit us the way it has hit the Western world. With our stoneage period health care system, I swear our people will die like flies with nowhere to bury them. All this bufontini I’m seeing in these pictures, God please spare us your wrath for my people are already dying from other preventable diseases like cholera, malaria, malnutrition, HIV/AIDS, etc.

  13. All I see is dirt, and Kainzi Zulu says people in diasporas are jealous! Some of us who have had the chance to travel out of mother Zambia have seen that these people are living their lives better than a majority of the Zambians. Remember 40% of Zambians live below the poverty line. Do not insult the diaspora which is boosting the foreign reserves with the funds they send to families at home. Everybody on this earth wants to live where everything functions but unfortunately a lot of Zambians know no better. If these pictures are proof that you guys are working, then you have failed dismally. Just so you know, your ploy is also working. Now go sit on some sh1t and spread the germs.

  14. @KZ, please go to school and learn what asylum means. With this type of leadership, there soon will be lots of Zambians seeking asylum. But then what do you expect from a Lab Assistant from Chelston Clinic.

  15. It looks like Kaiser Zulu is going to get an Oscar for a bitter blogger. He wants everyone to be a PF supporter because he is always critical to those with good points. People are suffering under PF due to the corrupt people in the government. They should take criticism sometimes and try to improve. There is no difference between Tayali and Kaizer because they are both attention seekers.

  16. This Kainzi Zulu is a hater of people in diaspora maybe he was denied a Visa to live abroad so he has hatred towards people in abroad. Kainzi next time please go and help out majority of the people suffering and stop wasting those PPE like masks. Donate those to the hospitals and clinics ba koswe.

  17. Imwee why even waste time talking about KZ. Umu guys nimbwafye. Anyways am going to wash my hands 5 times for typing his name using my fingers. And since I said it using my mouth it’s needful I rinse it too.
    Lest I get covid-20.

  18. Some countries in the West had a slow response, yes. But instead of urging the Zambian authorities to learn from this, the likes of KZ are praising them because the number is 35. Yesterday it was 29. Are you able to assess how this can increase exponentially? Borders are still porous and the 50 people allowed gathering is illogical. Some measures are still half baked and there isn’t much action to implement them. It is clear from the pictures that a good number of people are not abiding and others have slipped through the borders without proper follow ups. Here someone has the audacity to say those in the diaspora should worry about the thousands of death there. Those deaths started with 2 infections, 4 infections, 8 etc. It’s about others picking on this and reacting more quickly and…

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