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18:45
18:45

Foreign Cosmetics Not Good for Africans- AU Expert 4

Grace Amey Obeng, the chairperson of the Technical Committee of the African Regional Standardisation Organisation says body products manufactured overseas are tailored for the skin colour, texture and blood cells of the people in those regions.
18:02
18:02

Police Restores Curfew Check Points Uganda Police Force 3 1

Businesses that have not yet been allowed to operate after easing the lockdown in order to reduce the rapid spread of COVID-19 are to remain unoperational till further notice.
11:58
11:58

Mixed Reactions From Parents on Proposals to Reopen Schools covid19 4

Ever since government started easing the lockdown with the partial reopening of various sectors, several people have been agitating for a phased reopening of educational institutions to allow learners to resume their studies.
04:18
04:18

Eight People Arrested in Amuru for Defying Restrictions on Bars Amuru Town Council

The arrested persons were all found in a bar at around 8:30 p.m, on Sunday, in total disregard of guidelines that maintained restrictions on the business. At the time of the swoop, none of the arrested persons had a face mask, yet still, they paid no attention to social distancing requirements.
16:14
16:14

MPs Advise Education Ministry to Cancel Academic Year 1 4 Top story

According to MPs, it is not feasible to re-open schools for the continuation of the academic year amidst the burden of Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs) that were put in place to tame the virus.
17:04
17:04

Social Distancing Still Tall Order for Luweero Markets roadside markets 1 4

Three of the roadside markets have already been closed on the directive of the task force after they failed to implement the Standard Operating Procedures aimed at combating the spread of the virus. The affected markets are Balikyejusa, Balikyewunya and Wobulenzi roadside market.
15:19
15:19

Gov't Issues Operating Procedures for Children's Homes 3 1

State Minister for Youths and Children Florence Nakiwala Kiyingi on Monday told journalists at the Media Centre that each home should have a COVID 19 task-force comprising of at least three members one of whom shall be a child aged 12 yrs and above.
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