Uganda Issues Tough Gathering Guidelines Over Coronavirus.
By. Damba Rogers
Following the outbreak of the deadly coronavirus, Uganda government has issued strict health guidelines event’s organizers have to follow while hosting gatherings or events.
Addressing a media meeting in Kampala today, the state minister for health Mary Kaduchu confirms that for one to host a gathering must have sanitizers, enough security, among other health guidelines.
The minister further says, a set up committee led by the premier is in place to enforce the guidelines and confirms that government has the mandate to stop any gathering.
The guidelines also apply to religious gathering, government gatherings among others.
The Uganda government also confirms having set up isolation centers to take care of any incident or handle any case as they arise.
The guidelines come as a precautionary measure by the Ugandan government to control the likely spread of the coronavirus to the masses.
Coronavirus has so far killed 2800 people and 38000 infected with China accounting for 44 deaths and Africa registering its first case in Nigeria