President Yoweri Museveni has maintained that the night-time curfew from 7p to 6.30am it is not only to curb crime but also an endorcement tool to minimize sociaizing at night to stop the spread of the coronavirus.
Speaking to the country from the State Lodge in Nakasero last evening, Mr. Museveni who later decsribed the curfew partly as a medical factor aginst COVID-19 said that according to his health experts, the night-time curfew ensures that people keep in their homes than to visit their friends in the evening for actvities that could fuel the spread of the virus. Mr. Museveni speaking1…
The other restrictions that the president maintained include the ban on religious congregations, bodaboda’s carrying only cargo, not passengers, a ban on saloons, sellers of non-food items in markets, arcades, mobile markets and schools.
The Presicdent who allowed the repatriation of bodies of Ugandans provided they follow the guidelines issued by the Ministry of Health and counterparts in Foreign Affairs also loosened up on some restrictions by allowing private cars to carry four people from three provided they wear face masks and have the air conditioner turned off.
Mr. Museveni announced Kasese, Rubirizi, Bundibugyo, Kanungu and Ntoroko as some of the thirty three of the 42 boeder distructs that have been cleared for both private and public transport for as long as they fulfill the preventive health guidelines. Mr. Museveni speaking2….
The President who said governmebnt was to supply free radio sets described as risky for anybody to think of opening the learning institutioins before the COVID-19 medical drugs in Uganda are still on test to cater for the big populations if effected, calling on Ugandans to be patient as government launches teachings on media outlets. Mr. Museveni speaking3…
By last night, Uganda had registered 774 infections out of 170,000 samples tested in 95 days, with 631recoveries and no death. END.