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Coronavirus: Zimbabwe police patrol empty streets as lockdown begins

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Police patrol the streets of Zimbabwean capital Harare as the country enters a 21-day "total" lockdown that will curtail movement, shut most shops and banks, and suspend flights in and out of Zimbabwe. IMAGES

Added on the 30/03/2020 10:38:27 - Copyright : AFPTV - First images

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