Mali Goes On Lockdown After Recording Their First 2 Cases- President Keita Has Insisted On A Curfew Effective Today

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Mali has joined the many cases that are not taking any more chance with this whole Covid-19 pandemic.

The country is the latest to join the bandwagon.

Mali on lockdown after first two coronavirus cases

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A curfew was announced yesterday, 25th March by the Malian President Ibrahim Boubacar Keita, the very day their first two cases were recorded.

According to reports, the two infected persons are all Malian nationals who flew into the country from France on March 12 and 16— their ages are 49 years old woman from Bamako and a 62 years old man from Kayes.

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The president confirms that the two patients are under great care. The president said the government would enforce a curfew between 21:00 to 05:00, which would start from Thursday and close land borders to help alleviate the situation.

Source: GhanaCelebrities.Com

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