Congo extends virus lockdown on village near Pointe-Noire

Even as the population in vasts parts of the Republic of Congo warm up to the “new normal” with government lifting of coronavirus lockdown restrictions, for residents of a village in the country’s south, a lockdown remains in place.

Government extended a lockdown in Tchiminzi village, about 97 km south of the commercial city of Pointe-Noire. Authorities say the village is the third most impacted in the territory. The case load in the capital Brazzaville and Pointe-Noire are the first and second highest respectively.


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