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DRC capital to go into lockdown from Saturday: official

The Democratic Republic of Congo capital Kinshasa will go into “total confinement” for four days from Saturday to help contain the spread of coronavirus, authorities said on Thursday.

Governor Gentiny Ngobila on Thursday decreed intermittent four-day confinements over three weeks, according to a speech seen by AFP. The city will be on lockdown for four days followed by two days to allow residents to shop followed by another four-day lockdown, in a rotation continued for the three-week period.

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