COVID-19: Expect Stringent Measures Next Week If You Continue To Misbehave-Museveni Warns Wanainchi

COVID-19: Expect Stringent Measures Next Week If You Continue To Misbehave-Museveni Warns Wanainchi

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By Spy Uganda

President Yoweri Kaguta Museveni has on Saturday evening addressed the Country on the State of COVID-19.

Museveni noted that it’s unfortunate that the government has tried it’s best to protect the citizens from the scourge though the public has not taken these measures seriously.

The President announced that the country had registered 690 new COVID-19 cases on Saturday hiking the cumulative number of cases to 46,623 with 43,401 recoveries as well as 362 deaths.

He briefly addressed, “Last year started with locusts, floods, landslides, and also COVID-19 which came creeping from different parts of the world. On 18th March, we announced very serious measures even before we had the first case.

When we had controlled the epidemic, we announced deliberately calculated measures of the relaxation. However, the people who are not advisable took over. I hear that some of our young MPs are fundraising for cheap popularity. Stop that, you are putting many people’s lives in danger. This is not the time for cheap popularity.

Today I am just here to alert you. We are going to have a fullscale National Task Force meeting on Wednesday and we shall communicate what we have agreed. I wish you good luck,” said Museveni.

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