Zambians advised to have proper documents before travelling abroad

Foreign Affairs Permanent Secretary Ambassador Chalwe Lombe
Foreign Affairs Permanent Secretary Ambassador Chalwe Lombe

Ministry of Foreign Affairs Permanent Secretary for International Relations and Cooperation, Chalwe Lombe has advised Zambian nationals to fulfill the requirements in the countries of origin, transit and destination before intending to travel abroad.

Ambassador Lombe says countries have formulated guidelines in view of the COVID-19 pandemic to help contain the spread of the disease which applies to foreign nationals wishing to depart

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Chicago residents ‘strongly advised’ to avoid Indiana, which may make next week’s quarantine travel list

Indiana is again in danger of being added to Chicago’s quarantine travel order next week, officials announced Tuesday.



a person talking on a cell phone: In this file photo, Dr. Allison Arwady, Commissioner of the Chicago Department of Public Health (CDPH) approaches the podium during a news conference held at City Hall in Chicago on Wednesday, Aug. 5, 2020.


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In this file photo, Dr. Allison Arwady, Commissioner of the Chicago Department of Public Health (CDPH) approaches the podium during a news conference held at City Hall in Chicago on Wednesday, Aug. 5, 2020.

While the neighboring state is still just at a warning

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Motorists advised to plan ahead if travelling over Mt Messenger October 12 and 13

Motorists are advised to plan head to avoid delays of up to one hour if travelling State Highway 3 over Mt Messenger on Monday, October 12 and Tuesday, October 13.

SH3 will be closed at the base of Mt Messenger on either side for one hour on alternating hours between 8.30am and 5.30pm for two days while essential maintenance work, such as drain and slip clearing, and asphalt paving repairs,

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COVID-19 medical coverage now available even though Canadians advised to avoid international travel



a person wearing a costume: One hurdle has now been removed for prospective international travellers. They can now get medical coverage for COVID-19.


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One hurdle has now been removed for prospective international travellers. They can now get medical coverage for COVID-19.

Canadians yearning to travel abroad — despite the COVID-19 pandemic — can now get medical insurance to cover costs if they get sick with the coronavirus while travelling. 

In March, when the virus began its global spread and Canada advised against non-essential travel abroad, travel insurance providers stopped selling

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