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Lockdown: Funke Akindele and others facing prosecution

By Guardian Exclusive
07 April 2020   |   7:31 pm
The world is currently facing a coronavirus pandemic for which there is no cure and most countries have gone on lockdown, with some urging their citizens to practice social distancing as a way of curbing the virus' spread. But some individuals have been flouting the rules of the lockdown in their respective countries.⁣⁣ GuardianTV presents how nations have handled these transgressions.⁣⁣

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