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Young Kenyan raises COVID-19 awareness on a bicycle in Nairobi

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Nairobi, Jul 14 (EFE / EPA) .- Young Kenyan Isaac Tarit rides the streets of Nariobi on a bicycle with the objective of raiding awareness in the country to prevent COVID-19 infections. Youth in Kenya have recently been inventing different creative forms of art to raise awareness about the virus, to try to stem its spread as the country continues to fight to control community contagion.(Camera: DANIEL IRUNGU)FOOTAGE SHOWS ISAAC TARIT, A YOUNG MAN RIDING A BICYCLE THROUGH THE STREETS OF NAIROBI (KENYA) TO RAISE AWARENESS ABOUT THE CORONAVIRUS.

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