Airport hospitable Tourist Uganda
president address on COVID-19 in Uganda
Schools will re-open on October 15th for the candidate classes of P-7, S-4, S-6, finalists in tertiary colleges, and finalists in universities.
2.The International Airport hospitable Tourists will now resume for tourists, coming in and going out, provided they tested negative 72 hours before arrival in Uganda and provided the tour operators make sure that the tourists don’t mix with the Ugandans. Returning Ugandans, who have negative PCR results, are going to be allowed to travel home. The Ministry of Health will only get their addresses for follow up.
3.3. Restrictions on movements on border districts are hereby lifted.
COVID-19 in Uganda
Curfew, from 9 pm to 6 am, is going to be maintained; except for the Boda Bodas, their movements should end at 6 pm.
Places of worship should open with the subsequent guidelines:
a). Individual prayers or confessions with priests or counseling with the required SOPs.
b). Prayers and fellowships whose numbers don’t exceed 70 and by observing all the opposite SOPs.
(c) Night prayers and transmits aren’t allowed.
D). The regular large gatherings of prayers and preachings of Sundays and Fridays are going to be considered at a later stage but the rule of the amount of 70 and less are often used on Fridays and Sundays.
Open-air activities of sports will re-open provided there are not many spectators and therefore the players are tested for Covid-19, 72 hours before. This test will expire in 14 days. Hence, the Sportsmen will need to repeat the test every fortnight.
Still on re-opening sports; With tournaments, teams should be quarantined for the entire season of the competition.
Indoor sports activities, including gyms, remain closed. Casinos, gaming centers, and cinemas remain closed.
Airport hospitable Tourist and few restrictions
Bars shall remain closed.
Hotels will continue operating following the SOPs agreed with the Ministry of Health.
Restaurants should still emphasize takeaways. Indoor restaurant services should be minimized and follow the SOPs.
Mobile Markets, monthly cattle auction and produce markets, should remain closed because the Ministry of Health continues to develop SOPs.
Mass gatherings are still prohibited.
Our Bamasaaba grandchildren engaged in Imbalu have SOPs from the Ministry of Health that was agreed with the Cultural Institution. There should be no processions dancing Kadodi.