NDA Spokesperson Abiaz Rwamiri says that the notification was granted on the basis of initial assessment, published literature and safety studies. Rwamiri, says the product has been formulated from herbal plants that have been traditionally used to alleviate symptoms of several diseases and mainly respiratory infections.
The decision to close was taken as per the procedures from the health ministry, and entails taking samples from the contacts, fumigating the place and putting exposed peopleunder quarantine, to prevent further infections.
Since the restrictions were eased, domestic consumption of hotels and restaurants that had lost customers due to the ban on human movement have also resumed providing a local market for milks and milk products
Members of the business community and travellers are finding difficulty in wearing face masks or installing water strands at shops, markets and supermarkets across the districts of Mbarara, Ntungamo, Bushenyi and Rwampara. vehicles are also carrying more than the acceptable number of passengers, in disregard of both load and curfew guidelines.
He says the passengers and the owners of the motor vehicles impounded were charged and left to go on police bond but their motor vehicles will stay parked in the police yard of Central Police Station Mbarara.
Dr Celestine Barigye, Director Mbarara regional Referral hospital said that the driver who was driving a Kenyan registration number truck was isolated in his truck and later evacuated to Mbarara Regional Referral Hospital.
Dr Celestine Barigye, Director Mbarara Hospital appreciated the contribution saying that 108 million Shillings will be used to construct the Isolation center and the rest will be used to handle the volunteers and buy personal protective equipment.
Mbarara regional referral hospital Director, Dr. Celestine Barigye, says medics that attend to suspected Corona virus cases will be stopped from going back to their homes because they are at high risk of transmission.
Associate Professor Alex Ariho, the Director-General of Excel Hort Consult Agribusiness incubator in Biharwe, says that farmers need to borrow a leaf from religious leaders who have embraced social media tools and platforms to maintain contact with their flock.