The screen shows Wolf Blitzer, a CNN news anchor.
To contain the spread of the coronavirus, Kenyan president Uhuru Kenyatta has ordered a countrywide dusk to dawn curfew from 7pm to 5am. The screenshot started circulating soon after the curfew was announced.
But is the text on the screen genuine?
Many absurd claims
Africa Check has already debunked two other versions of the CNN screenshot of Wolf Blitzer, both making false claims about the coronavirus outbreak.
A Google reverse image search reveals that it has been used to make a number of absurd claims over the years.
There is no evidence that the coronavirus spreads more quickly in the dark. – Grace Gichuhi
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