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Pictorial; Kampala Taxi Parks, Streets go silent as Ban on Public Transport Bites

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The city is silent, with just a few shops opening for business, with barely a vehicle in the parks across the city. Outside the gazetted parking areas, law endforcement officers are still struggling to control the movement of bodaboda cylists, some of who, are defying the presidential directive, against transporting passengers.
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Man guarding Shopping Center builidng to ensure no traders open shop
Kampala city is unusually silent as the country endures a ban on public transport, announced on Wednesday, as one of the measures to control the spread of Coronavirus disease-COVID-19.

The city is silent, with just a few shops opening for business, with barely a vehicle in the parks across the city.  Outside the gazetted parking areas, law endforcement officers are still struggling to control the movement of bodaboda cylists, some of who, are defying the presidential directive, against transporting passengers.

URN took a walk through the streets of Kampala and now, brings you the story in pictures.