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Uganda revises coronavirus cases down to 145

Biggest News Source for News in Uganda and the East African Region ,Breaking news in Uganda and Daily news and the latest from UgandaDuring his national address on Monday evening, President Yoweri Museveni directed that each of the Ugandans aged six years and above will be given a free mask

Masks Are A Good Safeguard, But Should Not Be Restricted – Besigye

“On my way from Jinja, I made a stopover at the New Nile bridge, it is a marvel! The last time I was here, we had a problem with the moving island, it has since been cleared and the water flow normalized.”

Yoweri K Museveni on Twitter: "On my way from Jinja, I made a stopover at the New Nile bridge, it is a marvel! The last time I was here, we had a problem with the moving island, it has since been cleared and the water flow normalized.… https://t.co/CrQyL164Xb"

“Later, I delivered a lecture of opportunity to the students at the Uganda Senior Command and Staff College, Kimaka. The lecture focused on three key issues; Ideology, strategy, and tactics.”

Yoweri K Museveni on Twitter: "Later, I delivered a lecture of opportunity to the students at the Uganda Senior Command and Staff College, Kimaka. The lecture focused on three key issues; Ideology, strategy, and tactics.… https://t.co/CxIDDlvXKK"

“This morning, I spoke with President @KagutaMuseveni of Uganda. We talked about COVID-19 and its economic impacts, as well as the importance of working together to help our economies bounce back while also keeping people safe. More on our call here: https://t.co/U3FUJxZXQr”

Justin Trudeau on Twitter: "This morning, I spoke with President @KagutaMuseveni of Uganda. We talked about COVID-19 and its economic impacts, as well as the importance of working together to help our economies bounce back while also keeping people safe. More on our call here: https://t.co/U3FUJxZXQr"

“Prime Minister Justin Trudeau speaks with President of Uganda Yoweri Museveni | Prime Minister of Canada https://t.co/MkCTBhzQ0Z”

Rachael Akidi on Twitter: "Prime Minister Justin Trudeau speaks with President of Uganda Yoweri Museveni | Prime Minister of Canada https://t.co/MkCTBhzQ0Z"

During the Uganda presidential address on COVID-19, the President ordered gorilla and chimpanzee tracking remain closed to tourists.During the Uganda presidential address on COVID-19, the President ordered gorilla and chimpanzee tracking remain closed to tourists.

Gorilla and Chimpanzee Tracking Remain Closed to Tourists

President Museveni has said that private cars will be allowed to move starting May 26 while restrictions on public transport will be relaxed on June 4 as vehicle occupants prepare to acquire facemasks which are regarded as crucial in stemming the spread of the coronavirus. 

President Museveni Sets Dates for Private, Public Transport Resumption | The Kampala Post

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Covid-19: Fufa switches online to operate normally

Museveni was expected to either ease or tighten the lockdown and guide on preventive measures against further spread of the virus that has wreaked global havocMuseveni was expected to either ease or tighten the lockdown and guide on preventive measures against further spread of the virus that has wreaked global havoc

Museveni postpones Covid-19 address as cases rise to 248 - Daily Monitor

  President Yoweri Museveni 14th Covid-19 nation address has left many Ugandans confused as whether he has eased the lockdown or stayed it as they couldn’t figure to resume work or stay home until June 2, 2020 when free public masks will be distributed. In his address, Mr. Museveni indicated that public transport was free […]

#covid-19: Museveni’s 14th speech leaves many confused - Eagle Online

Government is set to distribute face masks to all Ugandans in a bid to stem the spread of the novel coronavirus disease. The president of Uganda made these remarks on Monday while addressing the nation about the status of Covid-19 in Uganda. “This mask must be worn all the time when you are in public....

Gov't to Distribute Face Masks to all Ugandans - TowerPostNews

President Yoweri Kaguta Museveni has clarified on his earlier guidelines regarding how to lift Coronavirus (COVID-19) restrictions.President Yoweri Kaguta Museveni has clarified on his earlier guidelines regarding how to lift Coronavirus (COVID-19) restrictions.

Private cars, shops can resume next week, Museveni clarifies lockdown directives

President Museveni has relaxed lockdown measures (PHOTO/File) KAMPALA — President Museveni has on Tuesday made a

BREAKING! Museveni announces lifting of lockdown as public transport, schools return in June – PML Daily

President Museveni has said public and private transport which were banned in a bid to contain the spread of COVID-19 will resume operations but with strict regulations. Making his 14th presidential address on COVID-19 on Monday night, Museveni said that taxis, buses and minibuses will have to carry a half of their capacity and every …

Museveni: Public Transport to Resume Operations on June 2; Candidate Classes to Return to School | ChimpReports

Opinion - Regional truck drivers are not the most popular fellows in Uganda today. Were it not for President Yoweri Museveni repeatedly coming to their defence in his regular Covid-19 updates, the poor fellows would by now have been stigmatised out of the country, which would be to everybody's disadvantage.Opinion - Regional truck drivers are not the most popular fellows in Uganda today. Were it not for President Yoweri Museveni repeatedly coming to their defence in his regular Covid-19 updates, the poor fellows would by now have been stigmatised out of the country, which would be to everybody's disadvantage.

East Africa: If COVID Goes Soon, Don't Expect Action on Truck Men Problem - allAfrica.com

Uganda president, Canadian PM hold talks on COVID-19 pandemic - China.org.cn

Uganda’s Cabinet is this Monday meeting at State House Entebbe to determine the way forward as the second round of the lockdown comes to an end. Uganda has been on a lockdown for almost two months as part of the measures aimed at preventing further spread of Coronavirus. The meeting will scrutinize reports from the …

COVID-19 Crisis: Cabinet Meets as Experts Advise Museveni on Phased Lifting of Lockdown | ChimpReports

President Museveni. FILE PHOTO. By Patience Ahimbisibwe President Museveni has announced a partial easing of COVID-19

Museveni pegs easing of lockdown to wearing face masks – 93.3 KFM

Foreign Affairs Minister Sam Kutesa will soon present a paper to Cabinet to discuss the fate of over 2,500 Ugandans living in foreign countries who want to return home amid the COVID-19 pandemic. More than 1.9 million Ugandans, according to President Museveni, live abroad. About 170,000 Ugandans live in North America (USA and Canada), 558,982 …

COVID-19 Crisis: Uganda Caught Between Two Worlds on Nationals Stranded Abroad | ChimpReports

President Yoweri Museveni has said that all Ugandans aged six and above will be given free facemasks in a bid to limit the spread of deadly coronavirus.

Key Points: President Museveni Technically Extends COVID-19 Lockdown | The Kampala Post

Trucks loaded with cargo await clearance with customs at a border point. 32 Covid-19 truck drivers barred entry into Uganda Kampala – Uganda has on Monday, May 18, recorded 12 new cases of COVID-19…

12 New cases confirmed with Order banning entry of COVID-19 positive truck-drivers blocks 32 as Uganda’s infections rise to 260 – Red Pepper Uganda

President Museveni on Tuesday gave clarifications on the easing of lockdown guidelines he had given on Monday. He clarified that public transport which was banned nearly 2 months ago in an effort to contain the spread of Coronavirus will be allowed to resume operations on 4th June 2020 after Government has provided face masks to …

Full List Of Districts Where Transport Is Still Banned | ChimpReports

The Ministry of Health has confirmed 12 new COVID-19 cases in Uganda bringing the total number of cases in the country to 260. All the new cases the Health Ministry announced that are Ugandans and were confirmed from 1,743 samples of truck drivers. Meanwhile, all the 32 foreign truck drivers who tested positive for COVID-19 …

Uganda: COVID-19 Cases Rise to 260 as 12 New Infections are Confirmed on Monday | ChimpReports

Uganda's President has announced new measures to ease the lockdown, including reopening of regulated public transport - limited passengers and every Ugandan wearing a mask in public. President Yoweri Museveni said on Monday that government is planning to distribute free face masks to all Ugandans

Museveni Pegs Easing of Lockdown to Universal Use of Free Face Masks – Online news from Uganda and the East African region – SoftPower News

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Museveni clarifies on new lockdown directives

The Ministry of Health has deducted all the foreign truck drivers cases from the original number of confirmed COVID-19 cases in Uganda. This now brings the total number of confirmed cases in Uganda down to 145.

Uganda's COVID-19 cases Drop to 145 after Deduction of Foreign Truck Drivers | The Kampala Post

Uganda plans to start easing strict lockdown measures from June 2 and also reopening schools for leaners set to do national examinations this year. President Yoweri Museveni announced on Monday that authorities plan to distribute face masks to all citizens, six years old and above. He is quote

Uganda to start easing virus lockdown from June 2. | CGTN Africa

Public transport in Uganda will resume on June 6 in new measures outlined by President Yoweri Museveni on Monday to relax a lockdown imposed in the country in coronavirus containment efforts.Public transport in Uganda will resume on June 6 in new measures outlined by President Yoweri Museveni on Monday to relax a lockdown imposed in the country in coronavirus containment efforts.

Uganda to Ease Lockdown Restrictions With Resumption of Public Transport on June 6 - allAfrica.com

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Twenty-one (21) Ugandan truck drivers have tested positive for Coronavirus ahead of President Yoweri Museveni’s 14th presidential address on Tuesday evening.

COVID-19: 21 Ugandans Test Positive ahead of Museveni’s Address | The Kampala Post

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Gov't to provide free masks to Ugandans - Museveni

Going into President Museveni’s 18th speech on the Covid-19 pandemic, there was wide expectation that he would announce a relaxation of lockdown measures instituted in March and AprilGoing into President Museveni’s 18th speech on the Covid-19 pandemic, there was wide expectation that he would announce a relaxation of lockdown measures instituted in March and April

Museveni lifts lockdown — or did he? | Uganda Business News

President Museveni's 14th address will take place on Monday evening and not on Tuesday as earlier communicated.  The Senior Presidential Press Secretary Don Wanyama said that following consultations, the address has been reinstated.

Uganda Registers 21 New COVID-19 Cases Ahead of Presidential Address | The Kampala Post

Uganda further eases COVID-19 lockdown restrictions - Xinhua | English.news.cn

Uganda has revised downwards its tally of positive coronavirus cases to 145 from 264 after deducting the number of all foreign truck drivers who had tested positive, Kenya’s Citizen TV has reported.Uganda has revised downwards its tally of positive coronavirus cases to 145 from 264 after deducting the number of all foreign truck drivers who had tested positive, Kenya’s Citizen TV has reported.

Museveni directs Health Ministry to revise Uganda’s Covid-19 cases from 264 to 145 - The Citizen

(Bloomberg) -- Uganda plans to begin easing a strict lockdown from June 2, in part by reopening schools for learners set to do national examinations this year.Uganda to Start Easing Virus Lockdown From June 2

Uganda to Start Easing Virus Lockdown From June 2

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Uganda: Museveni’s Nation Of Kidnappings And Disappearances That The Imf Never Sees

Last night in Uganda, President Yoweri Museveni addressed the nation with an update on the country's lock-down measures. In the address he assured Ugandan's that the government would be providing free masks for all, and once that's implemented, the lock-down would be lifted. CNBC Africa spoke to Kenneth Agutamba, Analyst and Chief Strategist for Impact Communication Strategies for more.

COVID-19: Ugandan residents to get free face masks - CNBC Africa

"If we do not control this aid, we risk creating a generation of dependents.""If we do not control this aid, we risk creating a generation of dependents."

How much ugali should last you 10 days? Museveni demonstrates: The Standard

Uganda's ministry of health on Monday urged the country's truck owners and drivers association to send their members for testing, as the government is creating a pool of cross-border truck drivers who test negative for COVID-19 to curb the spread of the disease. The ministry said in a statement issued…Uganda's ministry of health on Monday urged the country's truck owners and drivers association to send their members for testing, as the government is creating a pool of cross-border truck drivers who test negative for COVID-19 to curb the spread of the disease. The ministry said in a statement issued…

Uganda seeks to create pool of cross-border truck drivers who test negative for COVID-19 | News Ghana

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Museveni shows Ugandans how not to waste ugali – Nairobi News

Ugandan President Yoweri Museveni says his government will distribute free face masks to all citizens to combat the COVID-19 pandemic.

Uganda set to provide free face masks to citizens - P.M. News

"My intention was to understand how an individual can consume this food optimally.""My intention was to understand how an individual can consume this food optimally."

[Photos] '1 Kg of ugali is enough' Museveni demonstrates how to consume 'optimally'

Tuko.co.ke News ☛ President Yoweri Museveni has urged Ugandans to reduce the quantity of ugali they cook per day in bid to save on the relief food given to them by government.President Yoweri Museveni has urged Ugandans to reduce the quantity of ugali they cook per day in bid to save on the relief food given to them by government.

Museveni aks Ugandans to reduce consumption of ugali amid pandemic

Uganda's health minister has revised downwards the country's total number of coronavirus cases following President Yoweri Museveni's...Uganda's health minister has revised downwards the country's total number of coronavirus cases following...

Uganda cuts official coronavirus tally in half - BusinessGhana

President Museveni's 14th address on key issues in the fight against Covid-19 that had been scheduled to happen Monday evening has been postponed to tomorrow.President Museveni's 14th address on key issues in the fight against Covid-19 that had been scheduled to happen Monday evening has been postponed to tomorrow.

Uganda: Museveni Postpones COVID-19 Address As Cases Rise to 248 - allAfrica.com

Private cars will be allowed to move starting May 26 while restrictions on public transport will be relaxed on June 4 as government moves to ease the virus induced lockdown, President Museveni has said.Private cars will be allowed to move starting May 26 while restrictions on public transport will be relaxed on June 4 as government moves to ease the virus induced lockdown, President Museveni has said.

Uganda: Transport Restriction to Ease in 95 Districts - allAfrica.com