Baye Massene Diallo of Senegal Explains Curfews, Process of Arriving in the U.S.

September 18, 2021 00:18:32
 Baye Massene Diallo of Senegal Explains Curfews, Process of Arriving in the U.S.
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Baye Massene Diallo of Senegal Explains Curfews, Process of Arriving in the U.S.
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Show Notes

At first, residents of Senegal were hesitant to wear their face masks until the government threatened to penalize those who didn't comply. Throughout the pandemic, the nation has never reached the point of lockdown, although they have declared a series of curfews along with state of emergency conditions.

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