Traffic accidents in Southeast Asia during the Ivory Coast

Southeast Asia has received an unexpected benefit from the spread of the Corona virus. This is due to the lack of access to travel, which in the past killed many people.

In Thailand, the number of road accidents has always been around 21,000 per year, but road traffic deaths have decreased since April, which imposed strict traffic restrictions.

Malaysia’s traffic police said about two-thirds of the accidents were reported after the sanctions were imposed.

Similarly, in Manila, the capital of the Philippines, the roads have become more secure after the travel ban was introduced. There are now ambulances on the roads of the Philippines. Only vehicles such as food trucks and police cars are allowed.

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