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Zambia COVID-19 Regulation Updates

Written by Vicky Daley
on April 15, 2020

Important update: From 1st December 2020, Libryo stopped updating this blog and it is no longer live. Check out Libryo’s solution which helps you keep track of the latest updates specific to your operations, from COVID-19 regulation to EHS law. Learn more here.

Libryo was using its regulatory tracking technology to keep this live blog of new law relevant to the COVID-19 pandemic. Any new updates provided highlights of the legislation, key publication information and dates as well as links to the sources.


 

Live updates of COVID-19 regulations for Zambia

Zambia

Click here to see COVID-19 updates for other countries.

 

Last Updated: Monday 24 August 2020

The Public Health (Infected Areas) (Coronavirus Disease 2019) (Amendment) Regulations, 2020

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The authority has published an amendment to The Public Health (Infected Areas) (Coronavirus Disease 2019) Regulations, 2020.

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Published in terms of Public Health Act

Gazette Number: Supplement to the Republic of Zambia Government Gazette

Notice Number: Statutory Instrument No. 62 of 2020

Publication Date: 13 July 2020

Source: https://zambialii.org/zm/legislation/statutory-instrument/2020/no-62-2020

Copyright: © 2020 National Assembly of Zambia


Last Updated: Friday 9 April 2020

Public Health (Infected Areas) (Coronavirus Disease 2019) Regulations, 2020

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The Minister of Health of the Republic of Zambia has published Regulations intended to control and prevent the spread of COVID-19 in the Republic.

The Regulations which have been published In terms of the Public Health Act on your Libryo:

-provide for the converting of a suitable building to a COVID-19 hospital, observation camp or station
-prohibit persons from leaving a COVID-19 hospital, observation camp or station without permission of an authorised officer
-require compulsory notification of cases / suspected cases and
-restrict the number of attendees of a public ceremony or gathering within an infected area.

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Published in terms of Public Health Act

Gazette Number: Supplement to the Republic of Zambia Government Gazette

Notice Number: Statutory Instrument No. 22 of 2020

Publication Date: 13 March 2020

Effective Date: 13 March 2020

Source: http://www.parliament.gov.zm/

Copyright: © 2020 National Assembly of Zambia


 
Public Health (Notifiable Infectious Disease) (Declaration) Notice, 2020

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The Minister of Health of the Republic of Zambia has published a notice declaring Coronavirus Disease 2019 a notifiable infectious disease.

This Notice is published in terms of the Public Health Act on your Libryo.

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Published in terms of Public Health Act

Gazette Number: Supplement to the Republic of Zambia Government Gazette

Notice Number: Statutory Instrument No. 21 of 2020

Publication Date: 13 March 2020

Effective Date: 13 March 2020

Source: http://www.parliament.gov.zm/

Copyright: © 2020 National Assembly of Zambia


 

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