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On March 21, the president of Mozambique announced they will put anyone entering the country into a mandatory 14-day self-quarantine as of today. In addition, Mozambique also closed down all private and public schools and temporarily suspends the issuance of visas.
Any event of 50 or more people is being canceled. All of these measures will be imposed for the next 30 days.
On April 1, Mozambique went into a state of emergency. This means quarantine will be mandatory for anyone that entered the country in the last two weeks, including citizens returning from abroad.
People who have been in contact with others that are infected by the COVID-19 virus also have to go into an obligatory self-quarantine.
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Last validated on April 01, 2020:1 April: As of today, Mozambique is under a state of emergency. Law enforcement gets more power to make sure people are complying with their mandatory 14-day self-quarantine after entering the country.
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