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COVID-19: Vendors, Traders in Kampala do not Know much about the Virus WHO 1 4

While cases in Africa increase and scientists race against time to produce a cure for COVID-19, many ordinary people in Uganda do not know what the disease is, how it spreads or how it can be prevented. For traders and vendors in downtown Kampala, the much talked about disease, is blank slate for them
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Cancelling School Visitation Days is an Exaggerated Reaction to COVID-19 - MOH COVID 19 Pandemic 2 Top story

The Director-General of Health Services Dr Henry Mwebesa says that schools do not need to stop parents from visiting their children. He adds that the cancelling of school visitations is an exaggerated reaction to the disease because to date, there is no confirmed case of coronavirus in Uganda.
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19:43

Embassies Issue Travel Advisories as COVID-19 Spreads COVID 19 in Africa 1 Top story

Many of the embassies, some representing countries that are hardly hit by the virus have put up travel advisories cautioning people intending to travel to 'think twice'. At the French Embassy in Kampala, travelers are advised as per Ministry of Health’s directive against travelling to countries hard hit including France which now has 1,784 cases and 33 deaths.
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Keeping Fingers Away from the Face Could Save you from Coronavirus COVID 19 1 4

Over 60 per cent of the COVID cases reported in the world is believed to have spread through facial structures of either the eyes or nose- that is protected by the mucous membrane. Habits such as rubbing eyes or poking the nose are highlighted as innocent behaviour that assists in the transmission of the disease.
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22 Uganda - EU Business Forum Delegates from COVID 19 Hit Countries Denied Entry into Uganda WHO

According to the ministry of health, the 22 were denied entry after they refused to adhere to self quarantine measures that would have them isolated for 14 days
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Uganda Stops People Traveling from Countries Highly Hit by COVID 19 WHO 1 3 Top story

According to the ministry of health, the decision to stop the travel was made after government,WHO and CDC experts reviewed the evolution of the disease and what kind of risk it presented to Ugandans
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