Coronavirus: Kenyans Begging For Lockdown, Report Says

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A recent poll by Infotrak Research and Consulting says that almost seven in every 10 Kenyans think that the government should enforce a complete lockdown.

The survey, released on Sunday, shows that 75 percent of Kenyans are worried about the coronavirus situation.

The poll also shows that 68% of those interviewed want the government to enforce a complete lockdown for two weeks.

Interestingly, the survey also noted that 35% of Kenyans are not prepared at all should a complete lockdown come into effect.

In East Africa, Rwanda and Uganda are the only countries that have enforced countrywide lockdowns.


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