Institutions of higher learning have been urged to provide full enforcement of standard operating procedures against covid19 as student finalists resume school in mid-October 2020.
The call follows Uganda’s inability to conduct covid19 tests on all students and teachers across the country.
Addressing the media in Kampala Minister for ICT and National Guidance urged the public to embrace individual responsibility in fighting Corona virus.
In less than two weeks, finalists at all levels of learning in Uganda will go back to school.
Primary Seven Candidates, Senior Four finalists, Senior Six students will return as well as finalists in tertiary institutions.
Quite good news here, but something remains worrisome especially for people that are concerned with their health.
Corona virus is still a force to face off with.
This appeal follows confirmations that government will not be in position to conduct Corona virus tests on students and teachers.
The call for adherence to such Standard Operating Procedures has been extended to the International Airport whose operations resumed recently.
Travelers are required to test for Corona virus three days before travel.
In the meantime, as operations resume in a phased manner across sectors, Uganda is also set for Independence Day celebrations.
This time however, it will be observed in a scientific manner.
The 58th Independence anniversary will be celebrated under the theme: Uganda’s steady progress towards economic take off and self-sustaining economic growth.
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