WATCH | Kenya wildlife reserves threatened as tourists stay away

In the majestic plains of Kenya's Maasai Mara, the coronavirus pandemic spells economic disaster for locals who earn a living from tourists who flock here to see the abundant wildlife.

Even before the virus arrived in mid-March, tourism revenues had plummeted, with cancellations from crucial markets like China, Europe and the US.


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