Rais Museveni ameongeza muda wa kukaa nyumbani kwa siku 21(lockdown)

mulwanaka

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STAY HOME FOR MORE 21 DAYS -- President Museveni.

Government has resolved to keep a 3weeks StayHome decision starting tomorrow the 15th April 2020 up to may 5th, out of 5600 tested only 54 positive thats good progress said Museveni

Health workers dealing with COVID-19 patients will be given necessary masks and other protective gears to use. Most of them will be made here and few imported - President Museveni

President Museveni: I trust the LC's not to allow anybody foreign to enter their villages. But now these corrupt police and the immigration officers. You're not going to be charged with corruption or negligence but murder.

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President Museveni has extended the lockdown period for another 21 days. This lockdown period continues from tomorrow April 15, to May 05, 2020.

He made the announcement on Tuesday while addressing the nation on the status of coronavirus pandemic in Uganda.
"The government has decided to keep the stay home decision for another 21 days starting tomorrow April 15 tomorrow to May 05, 2020. This is meant to allow us study the situation longer. All previous measures still stand," Mr Museveni said.

The President noted that although only 54 samples have tested positive out of the total 5,664 samples tested, it is too early to rule that Uganda is not free from the deadly virus.

"It is safer to go another 21 days than to stop prematurely. If there is anything it will come up during these 21 days. If it does not come up, we will say we tried our best. The 54 found positive might not be the only ones. The way they were found was tedious, so the lockdown extension is justified so we can find more and treat them," he said.

The President revealed that out 5,664 samples tested, 4,015 were returnees from abroad, 1,232 were contacts of these returnees, while 417 were those who felt suspicious that they could be sick.

“We are still following up the 18,000 people that entered the country through the airport between March 7 and March 22. I would like to appeal to Ugandans to observe the prohibitions already announced, stay at home except for those carrying cargo. Stop going into the trading centres to loiter,” Mr Museveni said.

He also elaborated that food relief is only for the groups of people depending on daily earnings mainly living in urban centres.

“On the issues of food support, it’s mainly for the groups depending on daily earnings. People in salons, bars, night clubs, garages, boda boda riders and people selling non-food items in markets among others. People in the village have been growing their food, coronavirus has not stopped farming,” the President noted.

He commended the medical doctor and health workers for the good job done which saw seven Covid-19 patients discharged after recovering, as 11 others wait to be discharged this week.

“I salute the doctors and health workers for their professionalism. I am told some have not yet got stickers for their vehicles. Gen Katumba will resolve that.”

Source: Daily Monitor
 

mjumbe wa bwana

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Hapa baba jesca anatarajia watt wafungue vyuo na shule kesho kutwa tare 17 hapa kwetu coron ni kitu kidogo kisitutoe kwenye mstari

Wale watu wa upako na moujiza + waganga wa kienyeji/ freemason mbona sioni mchango wenu kuombea wagonjwa wa corona mnakuwa kama hawa hawa watu wetu wa afya hapa nchini wametulia kama walisoma ufundi chuma
 

Pdidy

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Mda mfupi uliopita Rais Museveni ameongeza siku 21 za Lockdown.

POLENI SANA WAGANDA

Mzee legezaa kidogo, dah!

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Covid-19: Museveni extends lockdown period by 21 days
In Summary
  • The president noted that although only 54 samples have tested positive out of the total 5,664 samples tested, it is too early to rule that Uganda is not free from the deadly virus.
President Museveni has extended the lockdown period for another 21 days. This lockdown period continues from tomorrow April 15, to May 05, 2020.

He made the announcement on Tuesday while addressing the nation on the status of coronavirus pandemic in Uganda.
"The government has decided to keep the stay home decision for another 21 days starting tomorrow April 15 tomorrow to May 05, 2020. This is meant to allow us study the situation longer. All previous measures still stand," Mr Museveni said.
The President noted that although only 54 samples have tested positive out of the total 5,664 samples tested, it is too early to rule that Uganda is not free from the deadly virus.

"It is safer to go another 21 days than to stop prematurely. If there is anything it will come up during these 21 days. If it does not come up, we will say we tried our best. The 54 found positive might not be the only ones. The way they were found was tedious, so the lockdown extension is justified so we can find more and treat them," he said.

The President revealed that out 5,664 samples tested, 4,015 were returnees from abroad, 1,232 were contacts of these returnees, while 417 were those who felt suspicious that they could be sick.

“We are still following up the 18,000 people that entered the country through the airport between March 7 and March 22. I would like to appeal to Ugandans to observe the prohibitions already announced, stay at home except for those carrying cargo. Stop going into the trading centres to loiter,” Mr Museveni said.

He also elaborated that food relief is only for the groups of people depending on daily earnings mainly living in urban centres.

“On the issues of food support, it’s mainly for the groups depending on daily earnings. People in salons, bars, night clubs, garages, boda boda riders and people selling non-food items in markets among others. People in the village have been growing their food, coronavirus has not stopped farming,” the President noted.

He commended the medical doctor and health workers for the good job done which saw seven Covid-19 patients discharged after recovering, as 11 others wait to be discharged this week.

“I salute the doctors and health workers for their professionalism. I am told some have not yet got stickers for their vehicles. Gen Katumba will resolve that.”

Source: Daily Monitor
 

joseph1989

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Zimeongezwa siku nyingine 21,sometimes Waafrica tufanye maamuzi kutoka na uwezo wetu na si kuiga inchi zenye misuli mikubwa kiuchumi.

Inawezekana anawaepusha na Corona lakini atawaua wengi kwa njaa hasa WASAKA TONGE,kuliko hiyo Corona.Sisi waafrica partial lockdown ndiyo inayotufaa.

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black sniper

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Angalia mzee anavyolalamika na corrupt police na uhamiaji. Anasema sasa watafunguliwa kesi za mauaji.
Kwa hali ilivyo kwa africa rushwa haitaisha hata kuingia motoni watu watauliza hongo tu



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Manton

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Kwa mwoga uenda kicheko, kwa shujaa enda kilio. Hongera Rais Mseveni, ikupigayo(Juliana/slim) ndiyo ifunzayo.
 

mjingamimi

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Mu7 utaua raia wako kwa njaa. "baba unahonga hawara elfu kumi, watoto wanakufa na njaa nyumbani"
 

sifi leo

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Rais wa Uganda ndugu Yoheri Kaguta Museveni ameongeza siku 21 za kuwataka wananchi wakae ndani ili kuepuka maambukizi ya corona, amesema siku zinaanza kesho.

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kinsakina

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STAY HOME FOR MORE 21 DAYS -- President Museveni.

Government has resolved to keep a 3weeks StayHome decision starting tomorrow the 15th April 2020 up to may 5th, out of 5600 tested only 54 positive thats good progress said Museveni

Health workers dealing with COVID-19 patients will be given necessary masks and other protective gears to use. Most of them will be made here and few imported - President Museveni

President Museveni: I trust the LC's not to allow anybody foreign to enter their villages. But now these corrupt police and the immigration officers. You're not going to be charged with corruption or negligence but murder.

#CameraNews

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President Museveni has extended the lockdown period for another 21 days. This lockdown period continues from tomorrow April 15, to May 05, 2020.

He made the announcement on Tuesday while addressing the nation on the status of coronavirus pandemic in Uganda.
"The government has decided to keep the stay home decision for another 21 days starting tomorrow April 15 tomorrow to May 05, 2020. This is meant to allow us study the situation longer. All previous measures still stand," Mr Museveni said.

The President noted that although only 54 samples have tested positive out of the total 5,664 samples tested, it is too early to rule that Uganda is not free from the deadly virus.

"It is safer to go another 21 days than to stop prematurely. If there is anything it will come up during these 21 days. If it does not come up, we will say we tried our best. The 54 found positive might not be the only ones. The way they were found was tedious, so the lockdown extension is justified so we can find more and treat them," he said.

The President revealed that out 5,664 samples tested, 4,015 were returnees from abroad, 1,232 were contacts of these returnees, while 417 were those who felt suspicious that they could be sick.

“We are still following up the 18,000 people that entered the country through the airport between March 7 and March 22. I would like to appeal to Ugandans to observe the prohibitions already announced, stay at home except for those carrying cargo. Stop going into the trading centres to loiter,” Mr Museveni said.

He also elaborated that food relief is only for the groups of people depending on daily earnings mainly living in urban centres.

“On the issues of food support, it’s mainly for the groups depending on daily earnings. People in salons, bars, night clubs, garages, boda boda riders and people selling non-food items in markets among others. People in the village have been growing their food, coronavirus has not stopped farming,” the President noted.

He commended the medical doctor and health workers for the good job done which saw seven Covid-19 patients discharged after recovering, as 11 others wait to be discharged this week.

“I salute the doctors and health workers for their professionalism. I am told some have not yet got stickers for their vehicles. Gen Katumba will resolve that.”

Source: Daily Monitor
hawa ndio marais,maana kuna Rais na Laisi

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