ADDIS ABABA, Ethiopia 

Ethiopia on Monday enforced a 14-day mandatory quarantine period for all travelers to the country.

People arriving at the Bole International Airport in the capital Addis Ababa will be quarantined for two weeks at two designated hotels, Skylight and Ghion.

Diplomats will be required to remain in quarantine at their respective embassies.

The decision was among a host of measures announced by Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed to curb the coronavirus outbreak, including closing all schools and banning public gatherings and sports events for 15 days.

Ethiopia has 11 confirmed COVID-19 cases — six Ethiopians, four Japanese citizens,

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