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The United Nations stated late-March that the Central African Republic is "one of the least prepared countries to face a COVID-19 outbreak". With a history of civil wars and violence by armed groups, an already suffering country would have difficulties with challenging a pandemic.
The government decided on March 27 that a travel ban would be imposed for anyone coming from a corona-affected country, with the exception of diplomats and NGO's.
All schools have been closed in the country and President Faustin-Archange Touadera said that more measures would be inevitable if the number of cases would grow.
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Last validated on April 02, 2020:The Central African Republic bans all foreigners coming from countries where corona infections have been reported as of March 27 for a period of two weeks.
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