By Our Reporter
During this past weekend’s prayer session, President Yoweri Museveni acknowledged that tourism and entertainment industries were indeed affected by this. He said that apart from tourism and entertainment industries that would be greatly affected by the threat of COVID19 pandemic, the economy of Uganda would continue to thrive.
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The president addressed the nation on the Coronavirus pandemic and announced the drastic measures Uganda was taking. Though it doesn’t have a single confirmed case of the virus yet, Uganda will clearly do everything in its power to keep that way. At the risk of bring everything to a screeching halt, the president announced a 32 day of no large gatherings; this will spread to school, churches and even weddings. But here are the 13 points as clearly listed by the President’s press team.