Zimbabwe water shortages add plight to multiple crises

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Many people in Zimbabwe go days without water. When it does arrive, townspeople crowd together to make sure to get their rations, making the physical distancing required by the coronavirus pandemic impossible to maintain.

Water shortages are not the only thing people have to worry about, as unemployment and the crippling economic crisis make getting enough to eat a challenge.


Al Jazeera's Raheela Mahomed reports.


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