Mobile hand-washing facilities are set up in highly frequented public spaces to prevent the spread of the virus.
Due to a high fluctuation of passengers, means of public transport are potential places for infectious diseases to spread. To slow the spread of the novel Corona Virus, regular and thorough hand-washing is among the most important measures. This can be difficult when being out in the city.
In Rwanda, mobile hand-washing facilities have been installed throughout the capital Kigali. In many places, people now have to wash their hands before boarding buses or entering shops, restaurants and banks. This initiative was started by the Ministry of Health in Rwanda and is implemented together with private enterprises such as bus companies.
For details about the project see also the video of Kenya CitizenTV.