Mozambique Faces More Hurdles in Fight Against Spread of COVID-19

The Mozambican government has ordered the closure of all "recreational, sporting, cultural and leisure activities held in public places", as it attempts to enforce social distancing in order to hinder the spread of the COVID-19. However, bus owners have pulled their vehicles off the roads in protest at the measures imposed by the government under the current state of emergency, which only allows them to carry a third of the number of passengers for which it is licensed.

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