Social distancing proving difficult in informal settlements

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The Kenyan government has maintained that people should observe strict measures put in place to ensure that the spread of Coronavirus is managed.
The fight to contain the spread of the coronavirus in the country largely centres around the concept of social distancing, part of which involves measures restricting movements and gatherings.
But in informal settlements where millions of people live, many fear that social distancing and self-isolation is a concept that is practically impossible. Enock Sikolia visited Mukuru kwa Ruben, a vulnerable area that also has sizable population of groups classified as susceptible.

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