A few African nations on Sunday shut fringes, dropped flights and forced exacting passage and isolate necessities to contain the spread of the new coronavirus, which has an a dependable balance in 26 countries on the mainland as cases continue rising.
"The administration is suspending travel for all people coming into Kenya from any nation with revealed coronavirus cases ... just Kenyan residents, and any outsiders with legitimate living arrangement licenses will be permitted to come in gave they continue on self isolate," President Uhuru Kenyatta told the country in a broadcast address.
Anybody entering Kenya over the most recent 14 days should self-isolate, he said. The boycott would produce results inside 48 hours and stay set up for at any rate 30 days, he said.
Schools should close promptly and colleges before the week's over, he said. Residents would be urged to make cashless exchanges to cut the danger of dealing with defiled cash, he said.
In west Africa, Ghana will from Tuesday boycott section to any individual who has been to a nation with in excess of 200 cases over the most recent 14 days, except if they are an official inhabitant or a Ghanaian national.
In southern Africa, Namibia requested schools to close for a month following two affirmed instances of coronavirus reported on Saturday.
Different countries have additionally covered schools, dropped strict celebrations and games to limit the danger of coronavirus transmission. Nearly 156,500 individuals worldwide have been tainted and just about 6,000 have kicked the bucket.
Kenya and Ethiopia have now recorded three and four cases individually, experts in every country said on Sunday, two days after the two of them announced their first case. All the new cases were found through following the contacts of the principal case in every nation, specialists said.
Djibouti, which has no affirmed instance of COVID-19, declared on Sunday it is suspending every worldwide flight. Tanzania, which likewise has no cases yet, dropped flights to India and suspended school games.
As of Sunday, cases have been accounted for in Morocco, Tunisia, Egypt, Algeria, Senegal, Togo, Cameroon, Burkina Faso, Democratic Republic of Congo, South Africa, Nigeria, Ivory Coast, Gabon, Ghana, Guinea, Sudan, Kenya, Ethiopia, Mauritania, Rwanda, Seychelles, eSwatini, Namibia, Central African Republic, Congo Brazzaville and Equatorial Guinea.