Kenya police enforcing coronavirus restrictions on transport, markets
[Africanews - Africa] - 26/03/2020
Kenya police fired tear gas to bring an end to the activities of local ‘Matatu’ commercial transport drivers. It is feared that the use of these minibuses will help spread the COVID-19 infection. Police are also stopping markets from taking place and telling traders to stay at home. The measures (...)... Article published by "Africanews" (Africa), read the rest of the news
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