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Eyes on COVID-19, livestock farmers told

CATTLE in Mutala community of Kalomo district, Southern Province.

KELLY NJOMBO, Lusaka
THE Zambia Livestock Cooperative Union Limited (ZACUL) has urged farmers conducting businesses in border areas to be on guard against coronavirus.
ZACUL chairperson Elias Nkhuwa said farmers should exercise caution as they have a higher risk of contracting the virus.
Mr Nkhuwa said in an interview on Friday that livestock traders should adhere to the presidential directive of limiting the number of gatherings to prevent coronavirus from spreading.
“Livestock farmers trading in Lusaka and Kasumbalesa border have to take extra care as they conduct their daily business routines and also minimise being in huge crowds because coronavirus is real and livestock farmers are not CLICK TO READ MORE

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