South Africa Struggles to Enforce Quarantine, Social Distancing As Coronavirus SpreadsChris Menahan
Mar. 30, 2020
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South Africa's newly implemented 21-day lockdown is off to a rocky start.
"Police and soldiers have struggled to enforce the new restrictions in poor areas of South Africa as cases of coronavirus increase to more than 1,000," Sky News reported Saturday.
From Reuters, "South Africa Struggles With Lockdown as It Records First Coronavirus Death":
Bustling streets and long queues at supermarkets highlighted South Africa's struggle to adapt to a new lockdown on Friday, as the country recorded its first coronavirus death.The Guardian said on Friday that the West "must dig deep" to save Africa because they "won't beat coronavirus on [their] own."
Folks on Twitter responded by saying they wouldn't dare, lest they be accused of being "white saviours" or "colonizers" by politicos like David Lammy.
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