UGANDA: Watoto 11 wabainika kuambukizwa Virusi visababishavyo Ugonjwa wa COVID19

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President Yoweri Museveni has announced 11 more cases of coronavirus in Uganda all of whom are children.

On Tuesday night, the Ugandan President said all the 11 that tested positive had been in quarantine.

“Eleven children of Watoto choir tested positive yesterday, they were in the quarantine. The number of people with COVID-19 is now 44,” he said.

According to the Ugandan leader, despite the increasing cases of coronavirus, mass testing is ‘expensive and meaningless’.

“You may test today and tomorrow you get exposed. It is only better to test with signs,” he added.

Museveni also clarified that the imposed curfew in Uganda will be from 7pm to 6:30am.

“Anyone that will move during that time will be doing so at their own risk, I advise you against it because we do not want incidents,” he warned.

In regards to purchase of food from supermarkets, Museveni urged Ugandans to use boda boda deliveries. “We can’t introduce cars again,” he said.

The President also noted that the government would begin to identify groups that were feeding themselves through daily income and have been affected by the coronavirus pandemic and resultant measures.

According to him, they will be supported until situation returns to normal.
He recognized that the media fraternity are important to Uganda and their movement should be allowed with the Ministry of Works expected to give them stickers for identification.

“I have heard some cultural leaders are telling people that COVID-19 is a spirit and not a disease. Let no one come up with such things. This is a serious disease and such people should refrain from misleading the masses,” he added.

Source: Citizentv.co.ke


 

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Mfahamu pia baada ya hii vita nchi zilizoendelea hazitaweza kusaidia nchi zinazoendelea. Corona imemuathiri kila mtu ki yake.

Dunia itapitia miaka 18 ya kufunga mikanda.
 

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Uganda reports 11 new cases of coronavirus, all children

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Museveni akaongeza kuwa ni marufuku kutembea barabarani kuanzia saa 1 jioni hadi saa 12:30 asubuhi, atakayekutwa hatua kali zitachukuliwa dhidi yake


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Ugandan President Yoweri Museveni during the virtual summit of the IGAD countries
President Yoweri Museveni has announced 11 more cases of coronavirus in Uganda all of whom are children.

On Tuesday night, the Ugandan President said all the 11 that tested positive had been in quarantine

“Eleven children of Watoto choir tested positive yesterday, they were in the quarantine. The number of people with COVID-19 is now 44,” he said.

According to the Ugandan leader, despite the increasing cases of coronavirus, mass testing is ‘expensive and meaningless’.
“You may test today and tomorrow you get exposed. It is only better to test with signs,” he added.
Museveni also clarified that the imposed curfew in Uganda will be from 7pm to 6:30am.

“Anyone that will move during that time will be doing so at their own risk, I advise you against it because we do not want incidents,” he warned.

In regards to purchase of food from supermarkets, Museveni urged Ugandans to use boda boda deliveries. “We can’t introduce cars again,” he said.

The President also noted that the government would begin to identify groups that were feeding themselves through daily income and have been affected by the coronavirus pandemic and resultant measures.

According to him, they will be supported until situation returns to normal.
He recognized that the media fraternity are important to Uganda and their movement should be allowed with the Ministry of Works expected to give them stickers for identification.

“I have heard some cultural leaders are telling people that COVID-19 is a spirit and not a disease. Let no one come up with such things. This is a serious disease and such people should refrain from misleading the masses,” he added.

Citizen TV - KENYA
 

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Kiama kinazidi kuja Afrika, watu tujichimbie na kuacha kubeza jitihada za wenzetu, chukueni tahadhari, maombi tunaomba sote, ila pia hekima tuliyopewa na Mungu tumeamrishwa kuitumia hata ukisoma vitabu vya dini, na ikumbukwe mataifa ambayo hizi dini zilitoka wanateseka kwa hiki kirusi.
Hivyo tuome na pia kutumia hekima tuliyopewa.
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President Yoweri Museveni has announced 11 more cases of coronavirus in Uganda all of whom are children.
On Tuesday night, the Ugandan President said all the 11 that tested positive had been in quarantine.

“Eleven children of Watoto choir tested positive yesterday, they were in the quarantine. The number of people with COVID-19 is now 44,” he said.

According to the Ugandan leader, despite the increasing cases of coronavirus, mass testing is ‘expensive and meaningless’.

“You may test today and tomorrow you get exposed. It is only better to test with signs,” he added.
“Anyone that will move during that time will be doing so at their own risk, I advise you against it because we do not want incidents,” he warned.

In regards to purchase of food from supermarkets, Museveni urged Ugandans to use boda boda deliveries. “We can’t introduce cars again,” he said.

The President also noted that the government would begin to identify groups that were feeding themselves through daily income and have been affected by the coronavirus pandemic and resultant measures.

According to him, they will be supported until situation returns to normal.

He recognized that the media fraternity are important to Uganda and their movement should be allowed with the Ministry of Works expected to give them stickers for identification.

“I have heard some cultural leaders are telling people that COVID-19 is a spirit and not a disease. Let no one come up with such things. This is a serious disease and such people should refrain from misleading the masses,” he added.

Uganda reports 11 new cases of coronavirus, all children - Citizentv.co.ke
 

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Hapo kwenye "maombi tunaomba sote"umelenga kumsema mjinga yupi?Kwa sababu ni mjinga pekee ndiye anaeweza kuacha kutumia akili aliyopewa na huyo Mungu katika kutatua matatizo na akategemea maombi pekee!
 

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TUMEKUSIKIA MZE M7 POLE SANA.
KIUKWELI MIMI SITAMSIKILIZA MTU YYTE ANAEJARIBU KUNILAZA ETI HUU UGONJWA SIO WA KUUGOPA.

HILI NI JANGA LA BALAA MLIPUKO KTK MAENEO AMBAYO HATA UNGEKUJA MLIPUKO WA KIPINDUPINDU KWA WINGI TU VIFO VINGEKUWA NI VINGI, SASA CORONA JE? HUYO MMAREKANI MWENYEWE KAZIDIWA MAARIFA NA KIRUSI HIKI UNAFANYA MCHEZO??
 

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