Covid-19: Six captured for opening shops in Kampala

Covid-19: Six captured for opening shops in Kampala. Six dealers captured by a joint security group for opposing President Museveni’s structure on lockdown.

As per Kampala Metropolitan Police representative, Patrick Onyango, the six were captured at Nasser street in Kampala where they were working organizations regardless of an order to close all shops selling no-nourishment things for about fourteen days.

 Covid-19: Six captured for opening shops in Kampala

“Their activity was resisting the presidential orders forbidding non-nourishment business tasks for 14 days. We discover that the six shipped in lorry put away the body to Nasser Road nearby other people who took off when they saw security officials,” Onyango said.

The police mouthpiece said on getting data, a group dispatch to catch them.

In addition, he named the suspects as Achileo Yisufu, Pascal Kizito, William Byamusha, Alex Matovu, William Engemu and Meddie Kagoro whom he said charged under segment 117 of the Penal Code Act.

Tending to the country early this week, similarly,  the president requested that all non-nourishment selling shops ought to be shut for a time of 14 days as one of the approaches to keep away from swarms that would have prompt the spread of the fatal coronavirus pandemic.

The president, in this way, suspended the opening of shopping centers, arcades, tool stores, salons, carports. However, all other non-nourishment shops as one of the approaches to battle the spread of the infection. Covid-19: Six captured for opening shops in Kampala.

However, Uganda’s COVID-19 cases have ascended to 45 after someone else tried positive on Thursday.

“Today, we affirmed 1 positive case out of 302 examples tried. This carries the aggregate to 45 positive cases. We should keep it together. Therefore, the Lord will make this spend and one day we will be liberated from the #COVID19Pandemic.

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How about we follow the rules,” the Ministry of Health PS, Dr. Diana Atwine tweeted on Thursday evening for instance.

The case is a 22-year-old female occupant of Nkokonjeru. In Wakiso District and spouse to the recently affirmed case who showed up from Dubai, UAE on March 20, 2020.

“She didn’t have any signs and indications predictable with COVID-19,” said Dr. Henry Mwebesa, the chief general wellbeing administrations.

Dr. Mwebesa said in any event 1,026 individuals are under follow up in institutional isolate.

“In conclusion, a sum of 962 contacts to the affirmed cases are under development,” he included an announcement.

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