Artists in Tanzania are using their time during the lockdown to create new work and put it online.
Dar es Salaam
BBC News, Dar es Salaam
The US embassy in Tanzania has warned that there is a risk of "exponential growth" of Covid-19 cases in the country, at a time when the government is not releasing data on new cases.
The health alert does not necessarily mean the relationship between Tanzania and the US is deteriorating.
However, the unusually strong words used in the statement speaks volumes about what the US believes to be the magnitude of the disease in the country.
The lack of daily updates from the government makes it difficult to know for sure whether the situation in the country really is out of control.
Whatever the truth is, life has hardly changed from how it was before Tanzania reported its first Covid-19 case in March.
Markets and shopping centres continue to be packed with people, raising concerns that the virus could be spreading fast.
Many, however, wear masks and other face covering to protect themselves.
Shops, market centres, pubs and places of worship have also put water buckets and soap at entrance points and demand people wash their hands before entering.
By Mary-Ann Russon
Business reporter, BBC News
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