"If you are government employees, please get vaccinated to protect yourself and others," says Zimbabwe's Minister of Justice, Zyambi Zyambi.
He added: "If you want to profess your right not to be vaccinated, resign." Noting that "this measure also applies to teachers."
The authorities in Zimbabwe had imposed mandatory vaccination on those wishing to attend markets, sports clubs, restaurants and universities to take exams, and some private companies required their employees to receive the vaccine.
These measures angered some, and led to overcrowding in poorly equipped vaccination centers for which queues often begin to form at four in the morning.
Zimbabwe has about 300,000 public servants, including 100,000 teachers.
The country's trade union federation challenged the mandatory vaccination of employees in August 2021 in court.