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YAOUNDE - Police in Cameroon have begun arresting people who defy measures put in place to stop the spread of the coronavirus, which has so far has infected people in the central African state. Police are sealing shops that exceed maximum numbers for customers, impounding vehicles that carry too many passengers, and this week arrested more than 50 prostitutes for sneaking into hotels used to isolate suspected cases.
Tsila said he ordered the arrest of 50 prostitutes, as well as 13 women and 6 men who sneaked into hotels to meet their spouses. We have arrested some of them. We have to work together to stop this virus," he said. Tsila said he ordered all of the arrested persons to be put in isolation, while the police have been instructed to find unauthorized hotel visitors who have been on the run.
Authorities in Cameroon recently isolated more than citizens and 70 foreigners in an attempt to stop the spread of the coronavirus. All of those quarantined flew into the central African state on March 17th and 18th before the government closed the borders and suspended issuance of visas until further notice. However, of those quarantined escaped from their hotels. The government is searching for them, as well as another people who returned home from France and Italy on March 17 and refused to be isolated.
Despite government warnings, officials say a majority of Cameroonians are not taking coronavirus seriously, and authorities are taking steps to enforce social distancing rules. Troops have shut down stores for allowing in too many customers, closed markets for not respecting hygiene norms, and stopped buses that carried too many passengers. Close to taxis were ordered off the road in Yaounde alone for transporting more than the maximum three passengers per vehicle. Taxi drivers union leader Ernest Verla said drivers will respect the restrictions if the government gives them subsidies, increases taxi fares or reduces fuel prices.
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