‘Coronavirus hairstyle’ spikes in popularity in East Africa

The coronavirus has revived a hairstyle in East Africa, one with braided spikes that echo the virus’ distinctive shape.

The style’s growing popularity is in part due to economic hardships linked to virus restrictions — it’s cheap, mothers say — and to the goal of spreading awareness that the coronavirus is real.

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