Senegal: Social distancing, hand-washing difficult amid poverty

Senegal locks down, but with limited access to clean water, fears rise about how far infections could spread.

    In Senegal, the government has ordered curfews and lockdowns to stem the spread of the coronavirus.

    But in a country with limited access to clean water, following the health guidelines is difficult.

    Al Jazeera’s Nicolas Haque reports from Dakar:


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