Residents of Afghanistan’s capital face stark choice between providing food for their families and limiting risk of coronavirus
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The streets of Afghanistan’s capital, Kabul, were packed on Friday; a hectic bustling in the markets and shops, pious whispers ringing from prayer gatherings at the mosques, the skies full of kites that children were flying.
But on Saturday the city of around six million people went into lockdown to stop the spread of coronavirus in one of the poorest and most war-torn countries in the world.
Link : ‘No profit, no food’: lockdown in Kabul prompts hunger fears