Kenyan police fired teargas to disperse traders and buyers at a street market, Sunday, March 22, after the government ordered a shutdown to prevent the spread of coronavirus.
READ MORE: Several African countries have confirmed their first cases of the coronavirus, while Rwanda has become the first nation in Africa to be placed on lockdown.
According to the World Health Organization, more than 1,000 cases had been reported across Africa as of Sunday.
In Uganda, Health Minister Jane Ruth Aceng announced the first case, saying that a man flew into the country from Dubai on Saturday and was in stable condition.
In Angola, Health Minister Silvia Lutucuta said Saturday that two male residents who flew back from Portugal March 17-18 tested positive for COVID-19.
Eritrea said its first case of the coronavirus was a 39-year-old Eritrean who had arrived from Norway.