Kenyans Call For COVID-19 Lockdown as Masks Made Mandatory

A report has revealed that 68% of Kenyans want a total lockdown enforced as a measure to avert further spread of COVID-19 - this as 142 cases and four deaths have been confirmed. The government has asked citizens to strictly observe social distancing and wear masks in markets, supermarkets and other highly populated areas.

Shoppers wear masks (file photo).


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