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Kampala minister dismiss reports of Locking down the city

The state minister for Kampala Benna Namugwanya Bugembe has dismissed the rumors that Uganda’s capital Kampala may resume the lock down, though she urged the city resident to abide by the ministry of health guidelines.

According to minister Namugwanya,she says that we have sacrificed a lot as a country, therefore people should learn to live with coronavirus and adopt the changes.

She says that the country's economy has been seriously affected, and so many businesses are struggling as a result. She also said that as the lock down eases, the county is in a challenging situation where people are used to the COVID-19 and are likely to stop taking precautions and complying with guidelines.

 

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