COVID-19 measures affecting business complains Chipata sex worker


SEX workers in Chipata have complained of having lost business as COVID-19 continues to affect their revenue generation.

The sex workers say measures set by Government to fight the COVID-19 are affecting their trade.

President Edgar Lungu recently ordered the closure of bars and nightclubs to prevent the spread of the COVID-19.

Bars and nightclubs are among the many places where sex workers in Chipata conduct their trade from.

A 27-year-old sex worker who identified herself as Abby, said the outbreak of the COVID-19 has negatively affected her business, from which she earns between K 5,000 and K9, 000 per month.

In an interview on Wednesday in Chipata, Abby said COVID-19 has affected her earnings to the extent that she is failing to support her three children and her parents.

She said most of her clients have gone quiet on her due to the Coronavirus outbreak.

Credit: Zambia Daily Mail


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