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Keeping you safe… the traveller experience

African country to implement a lockdown, in March. In taking a serious approach to protecting its citizens throughout the pandemic, the country has largely controlled the spread of the virus. So much so, it has (at the time of writing) recorded a relatively low figure of 1500 deaths to the disease. Elsewhere, Zambia’s and Zimbabwe’s reported Covid-19 death tolls are both below 400, while Botswana’s and Tanzania’s are less than 50. This begs

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