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Nangarhar Youth Campaigns on Bicycle against COVID-19

Edris Siavash, a young man in the eastern province of Nangarhar,  goes door-to-door on a bicycle in the provincial capital of Jalalabad as well as out in the districts to provide awareness about the novel coronavirus.

Siavash previously was running a mobile library on his bicycle and was traveling to various parts of the province to promote education among the youngsters.

“I convey the message by riding on this bicycle, I have installed two loudspeakers on my bicycle,” he said.

“The children are aware of the basic guidelines and they avoid coming out of the homes, but the second category are those people who know the COVID-19-- they have a hard life,  like farmers,” said Siavash.

“The children are aware of the basic health guidelines so they avoid coming out of the homes,” added Siavash.

“Stay home and hear what your parents are telling you, wash your hands with water and soup till 20 seconds,” said Estiqlal, a resident of Behsud district of Nangarhar.

“Awareness campaign is also for those elders, people who go to the mosques, they should share what the mosque imam tells them about the virus with their families. We need to respect lockdown all over Afghanistan to defeat this virus,” said Abdullah, a resident of Nangarhar.

Nangarhar Youth Campaigns on Bicycle against COVID-19

Siavash previously was running a mobile library on his bicycle and was traveling to various parts of Nangarhar.

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Edris Siavash, a young man in the eastern province of Nangarhar,  goes door-to-door on a bicycle in the provincial capital of Jalalabad as well as out in the districts to provide awareness about the novel coronavirus.

Siavash previously was running a mobile library on his bicycle and was traveling to various parts of the province to promote education among the youngsters.

“I convey the message by riding on this bicycle, I have installed two loudspeakers on my bicycle,” he said.

“The children are aware of the basic guidelines and they avoid coming out of the homes, but the second category are those people who know the COVID-19-- they have a hard life,  like farmers,” said Siavash.

“The children are aware of the basic health guidelines so they avoid coming out of the homes,” added Siavash.

“Stay home and hear what your parents are telling you, wash your hands with water and soup till 20 seconds,” said Estiqlal, a resident of Behsud district of Nangarhar.

“Awareness campaign is also for those elders, people who go to the mosques, they should share what the mosque imam tells them about the virus with their families. We need to respect lockdown all over Afghanistan to defeat this virus,” said Abdullah, a resident of Nangarhar.

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