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COVID-19: Lwengo Headquarters Closed As Ten Staff Test Positive

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The Lwengo CAO, Winston Agule Mulimira, says they have since cut their workforce from 30 to 10 per cent. He says they will reopen the offices on December 28, 2020, under strict observance of the Standard Operating Procedures-SOPs issued by Ministry of Health.
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Lwengo district local government headquarters have been closed for disinfection after ten staff tested positive for the Corona Virus Disease-COVID-19.

Two senior officials including Asuman Bwambale, the Assistant Chief Administrative Officer-CAO and Ibrahim Kizindo, Lwengo District Returning Officer have so far succumbed to the deadly virus. 

The Lwengo CAO, Winston Agule Mulimira, says they have since cut their workforce from 30 to 10 per cent.

He says they will reopen the offices on December 28, 2020 under strict observance of the Standard Operating Procedures-SOPs issued by Ministry of Health.

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Cue out: ……………………ministry ye byobulamu.”//

Mulimira says that the short break will not affect service delivery, saying the few available workers in different departments will try their best to provide services to their clients.

William Matovu Sayitoti, the Speaker Lwengo District, says they are concerned about the rate at which their staff members are contracting the disease.     

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Cue out: ……… abantu tebanakungana,”//


He appealed to the district COVID-19 task force to intervene by intensifying its operations to crack down on people who deliberately refuse to adhere to the SOPs.

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