Zimbabwe food crisis worsens with COVID-19 lockdown extension

Concerns in Zimbabwe that a lockdown extension will worsen a food crisis already affecting half the population.

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    Zimbabwe has had to extend its nationwide lockdown because of a rise in coronavirus cases.

    But the restrictions have come at a cost, raising concerns that a food crisis affecting half the population will get worse.

    Al Jazeera's Haru Mutasa reports from Norton, Zimbabwe.


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