Lesotho goes into a lockdown

Lesotho has joined many other nations in declaring a lockdown which came into effect at midnight and scheduled to last until the 21st of April. The mountain kingdom landlocked by South Africa has not recorded any confirmed cases of COVID-19. The country relies on South Africa to help with testing as it does not have the capacity to do so. For more on how Basotho are responding to prime minister Tom Tabane's decision to also institute a lockdown. Channel Africa's Jwalane Thulo spoke to a journalist in the country, Rose Moremoholo.