The Covid-19 pandemic has changed the face of the world: major cities now empty as countries are on lockdown; businesses shut down as people are home and bored. In this documentary is an archive of about 500 African books for free download for your perusal at this time.
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Recently, we published a documentary on how nature and wild animals took up the cities of the world after the lockdown orders amidst the Covid-19 crisis.
According to Business Insider, China implemented the largest quarantine in human history to try to contain the novel coronavirus, locking down at least 16 cities at the end of January. An analysis by CNN in mid-February found that almost half of China’s population — about 780 million people — was under some kind of travel restriction.
Italy’s 60 million citizens were also put under a strict lockdown this week after a jump in COVID-19 cases. Nigerian President, Muhammadu Buhari has also ordered a 14 days total lockdown on three of the country’s major cities: Lagos, Ogun and Abuja.
In the quest to relief our readers of boredom and engage them during the ‘stay home’ period, we are providing them with about 500 African books for free.