Zimbabwean schools and colleges will nolonger be used as Covid-19 quarantine facilities as government prepares to reopen learning institutions beginning this June.
Government took the decision to place returning locals under compulsory quarantine after it emerged cases of the world pandemic were brought into the country by those coming from abroad.
Schools and colleges were designated as quarantine centres to handle thousands of locals who were being accommodated at government's expense.
"Currently, most of the institutions are being used as quarantine centres," said Minister Mutsvangwa.
"With regards to the Cabinet decision on the imminent opening of schools, universities and colleges which are currently being used as quarantine centres, alternative quarantine centres are being identified and assessed so that they can house returning Zimbabweans.