The dangers of transport in Africa during Covid-19
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Coronavirus in Africa: Transport dangers during Covid-19

Across Africa, ever tighter restrictions are being introduced to try and slow the spread of the deadly coronavirus, Covid-19.

Some of the main transmission risks come from transport - busses, taxis, bikes - with people crammed together in often unhygienic conditions.

So, what is being done to try and slow the spread? The BBC's correspondents in South, West, East and Central Africa take a look.

  • 25 Mar 2020
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