KAMPALA- News coming in on our news desk has confirmed that the Presidential Address on Coronavirus that was slated to happen on Saturday September 19th 2020 has been rescheduled to Sunday.
The change in date was confirmed by the senior Press secretary Don Wanyama said via his Twitter and Facebook on Friday morning of September 18th 2020.
The President who this week summoned a special cabinet meeting to determine the future of learners and other sectors such as bars, sports, places of worship and music events, will now address the country on Sunday September 20th 2020 at 8PM.
“Good people, the Presidential Address on Covid-19 has been rescheduled to Sunday, September 20th, at 8pm. It will be live on TVs and radios. Asante,” Mr. Wanyama posted on his official media accounts.
Uganda has seen a recent spike in new infections, having seen an initial slow rise in its caseload.
As the President comes to speak to the nation on Sunday, most Ugandans will be waiting for his word on reopening of schools, places of worship and the remaining sectors of the economy.
Uganda has todate registered 5,380 cases, 2489 total recoveries and 60 deaths.
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