The government has reintroduced security checkpoints to enforce the lockdown regulations.
In a tweet on Tuesday, government spokersperson Ndavaningi Mangwana said the security checkpoints will be in place after the morning rush.
President Emmerson Mnangagwa over two weeks ago, tightened the country’s Covid-19 control measures, moving them to a tougher level 4.
Under the new lockdown measures, businesses are now expected to operate from 0800 hours and close at 1530hours with intercity movement being prohibited, except for production and distribution of food and medicine.
Commercial transport remains operational to allow the economy to continue to run, but under strict observance of Covid-19 protocols with the industry being directed to decongest workplaces to 40 percent of manning levels.
Essential service providers are also required to produce exemption letters to prove that they are working late after the 6.30 pm to prove that they are providing an essential service.