Government Tuesday reviewed the police checkpoint times to reduce congestion that has been experienced in recent days.
This comes after workers have expressed concerns over delays at police checkpoints as they travel to work during the morning.
And in a tweet on Tuesday, Permanent Secretary in the Ministry of Information, Publicity and Broadcasting Services Nick Mangwana announced a review.
“The current enforcement of lockdown measures has been reviewed. Roadblocks will only start after the rush hours of 0630 to 1000.
“Between 1000 and 1530 there will be roadblocks whose purpose is to enforce the lockdown and keep people safe. Curfew remains 1830-0600,” tweeted Mangwana.