KAMPALA- The President of the Republic of Uganda HE Yoweri Kaguta Museveni is slated to address the country on the state of Coronavirus and the government’s continued effort to stem the spread of the pandemic.
According to the senior presidential press secretary, the President is tentatively set to address the nation on Saturday September 19th 2020.
“The tentative date for the Presidential Address on the Covid-19 pandemic is Saturday, September 19th at 8 pm. In case of adjustments/changes, we shall keep you posted” – Don Wanyama Senior Press Secretary to H.E President Yoweri Kaguta Museveni posted on his official social media platforms.
In what most Ugandans anticipate from the President’s talk is the fate of reopening schools and places of worship which have remained closed since March 18th.
His address comes at a time when rumours have been loitering on social media that the government had set September 20th as reopening dates for schools especially to medical finalist in a bid to bridge the human resource gap in the health department as coronavirus cases continue surging up.
Uganda has by the close of business today registered 4,978 Coronavirus cases 2,317 Recoveries and 56 fatalities.
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