In a bid to stop the spread of the COVID-19 in Cameroon’s coastal city of Douala, city officials led by Mayor Roger Mbassa Ndine on Monday (April 6) distributed face masks to motorcycle and taxi drivers.
The mayor said the aim is to combat the spread of the virus which could explode due to the high mobility of residents. “We will intensify the distribution in the coming days in the other boroughs, our wish is that everyone has a mask all day long. Wearing a mask will be made compulsory,” the Ma…
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