More than 3,000 people were tested for COVID-19 as part of the clearance to attend the different Parliamentary events this month. The events included the election of the Speaker on May 24, the State of the Nation Address by President Museveni on June 4, and Budget Reading on June 10.
An event that is being mooted as one that will generate vital action points towards solving the COVID-19 puzzle that has brought the world to its knees has had over 3,000 participants from across the world confirm attendance either virtually or physically.
The team is set to play away games against Morocco and Cape Verde. However, the Silverbacks will qualify if they win the first game against Morocco to secure their position at the Afro Basket finals slated for August 24-September 5 in Kigali, Rwanda.
Urging health workers across the country not to turn away such patients, Dr. Rose Muhindo, the lead physician for the COVID-19 pandemic says that both Ministry of Health and the World Health Organization has now allowed health workers to use symptoms of the viral respiratory disease to enroll them on treatment in their case definition guidelines.
According to the Kampala Metropolitan Police Deputy spokesperson, Luke Owoyesigirye, the police released the vehicles after cautioning the drivers. He also says that police established that the impounded vehicles belonged to essential workers, but the drivers lacked proper identification.