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Coronavirus: masks, traditional remedies boom in Madagascar markets


Despite the lockdown imposed by the president of Madagascar, shoppers throng the market streets up to the decreed midday closing time. In the markets of Antananarivo, sellers of masks as well as traditional remedies derived from lemons, ginger and medicinal plants are increasingly present.

Added on the 26/03/2020 17:10:40 - Copyright : AFP EN

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