Morris Tukei, a clinical psychologist at International Hospital Kampala notes that it is important for people to do whatever is in their control like following the government regulations to avoid complications.
According to Mabirizi laws in Uganda take effect upon publication in the gazette not upon oral communication. He argues that the statements by the President subject Ugandans to unclear and uncertain martial law and are incapable of being complied with or enforced.
The fracas happened in Bunyiswa, Bwera Sub County, during the burial of a 54-year-old resident identified as Bwambale Franco Kabwangana, who died from Mayanja Memorial Hospital where he had been referred with hypertension and signs of stroke, and later tested positive to COVID-19.
Simon Kaheru, a passenger who was heading to Kawempe in Awakula Ennume bus grumbled that bus operators are crowding them on top of charging them exorbitantly. Kaheru explained that before the lockdown buses were charging them Shillings 1000 but doubled the fare to Shillings 2000 to compensate for the vacant seat because of the reduced capacity.
State Minister for Planning David Bahati, who tabled the request, said that of this, a total of 4 trillion Shillings is proposed to be borrowed from the domestic market while another USD 600 million (2.2 trillion Shillings) will be borrowed from the International Monetary Fund (IMF).
Besigye today addressed the country in his capacity as president of the people’s government pressure group based at his Katonga road office, ahead of tomorrow's scheduled address of President Museveni to the country on the situation of covid-19
Darius Nandinda, Kabale Resident District Commissioner alleges that Brian Ampeire, District Police Commander and Lieutenant Colonel Robert Nahamya, the Commander of 19th Battalion are not enforcing the curfew.
The task force led by Ali Karama, the head of donations Committee invited mechanics and taxi conductors to Kigezi Private Sector Promotion Centre yard in Kabale municipality to receive 160 bunches of matooke.
Kisoro District Health Officer Dr Stephen Nsabiyunva says that the driver got in close contact with the truck driver when his car tyre got a puncture while on the way to Kabale Regional Referral Hospital, forcing him to open the behind cabin to get a spare. The driver narrates that the victim helped him to fix the spare tyre before proceeding with the journey.
Our reporter has established that none of the traders has even attempted to spend a night in the market, as many of them continue commuting from their homes every morning. Although the market has handwashing facilities placed at all entries, there is no physical distance between the stalls, which increases the risk of human to human infections.