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Today in pictures- March 31

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Added 31st March 2020 07:08 AM

We bring you today's news in a series of photos

Today in pictures- March 31

A newspapers vendor in Nebbi Town puts a screaming notice about COVID-19 (Photo by Benedict Okethwengu)

We bring you today's news in a series of photos

Coronavirus: private cars banned

Following the outbreak of the coronavirus, yesterday President Museveni added new measures in the fight against the disease.

In addition to the recent ban on public transport, the President put a ban on private cars for the next 14 days.

Today, most of the streets in the city are empty. People have decided to stay indoors as they are no transport means.  (Photos by Ruth Faith Nakanwagi)

 

 

 

 olice at inja road enforces ban on private cars hotos by avid umu Police at Jinja road enforces ban on private cars (Photos by David Lumu)
 

 

 

 

 mpty streets in the usually busy barara town hotos by dolf yoreka Empty streets in the usually busy Mbarara town (Photos by Adolf Ayoreka)

 

 

 

 

 he  for abale p rian mpeire implementing the presidential directive in abale municipality hotos by ob amaya   The DPC for Kabale, Sp. Brian Ampeire implementing the presidential directive in Kabale municipality (Photos by Job Namaya)  

 

 he  for abale p rian mpeire implementing the presidential directive in abale municipality hotos by ob amaya

Police have so far intercepted over 10 vehicles that did not follow the expected procedures

 

How the rest of the world is handling the coronavirus

Moroccans confined at home thank the authorities from their windows as security forces and health workers instruct people to return to and remain at home as a measure against the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic, in Rabat's district of Takadoum. (AFP photos)

 n officer of gun tate oad afety ommand tries to block the expressway to prevent a truck driving into agos at the joduerger border between agos and gun tates on arch 31 2020 following the lockdown by the authorities to curb the spread of the 19 coronavirus An officer of Ogun State Road Safety Command tries to block the expressway to prevent a truck driving into Lagos, at the Ojodu-Berger border between Lagos and Ogun States, on March 31, 2020, following the lockdown by the authorities to curb the spread of the COVID-19 coronavirus.
 
 ommuters stand on yellow marks that indicates the physical distancing to curb the 19 coronavirus from spreading on a ferry at ikoni ferry terminal in ombasa Commuters stand on yellow marks that indicates the physical distancing to curb the COVID-19 coronavirus from spreading on a ferry at Likoni ferry terminal, in Mombasa

 

 
 

 

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