A woman gives birth in the street in Conakry because of the Lockdown


The coronavirus will have completed showing us all the colors. Because of the cover promoted to contain it, an unfortunate scene occurred on Friday May 8, 2020 in Conakry. A woman gave birth on the street in the Guinean capital.

It is in a district of the commune of Ratoma in Conakry this Friday, May 8 around 3h:46 minutes that the scene occurred. A woman gave birth in the middle of the street for not finding a taxi to go to the hospital to give birth,  Africaguinee reported.

It would indeed have given birth in the open air because of the curfew decreed by the country’s authorities which extends from 9 p.m. to 6 a.m. to curb the spread of the Covid-19 epidemic in Guinea.

A relative of the woman narrated “She expressed a desire to go to the hospital when she was about to give birth. We went out, we had a good time at the side of the road without finding a vehicle. 

All the drivers we contacted told us that they cannot go out during this period because of the curfew. Finally, she gave birth on the street. We hired a doctor who came at a high cost. It is a painful situation. I know that we are not alone in facing such emergencies. It can happen to anyone. The authorities must find exceptional measures in this period of a health crisis. There are emergencies that can arise. Fortunately, she did well, ”.


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