Ugandan President bans drunkards in Coronavirus speech: Drunkards are a danger. Ugandan President Yoweri Museveni has added drunkards to the list of activities and entities which should be banned in order to contain Coronavirus in the country.
President Museveni announced that schools should be closed, religious gatherings are to be suspended in the country’s attempts to combat the Coronavirus. Like Zimbabwe, Uganda hasn’t recorded a positive Coronavirus case but they are already putting stringent measures in place, a move which most countries failed to do until it was too late.
Museveni said all primary and secondary schools, university and other institutions of learning will be closing starting Friday, March 20, 2020 for one month. “It is wise that we temporary remove these concentration points to prevent the spread of coronavirus. All these institutions, without exception, should close so that we deny this virus high concentration. We don’t want the virus to find dry grass ready for ignition,” Mr Museveni said.
Museveni said all religious gatherings are to cease with immediate effect. “In the interest of our health, this should be suspended for a month with immediate effect,” he said. The disciplinarian head of state also banned drunkards saying they risk spreading Coronavirus with their reckless contact. He literary dropped the mic on imbibers.
Drunkards sit close to one another, speak with saliva coming out of their mouths and are a danger to themselves. They are suspended for a month. He also banned Ugandans from travelling to Coronavirus hotspots abroad.
He stated that returning Ugandans will be quarantined at their cost.
As a result, Ugandans who intend to travel to or through Italy, France, South Korea, China, UK, USA, Sweden, Belgium, Germany, Spain, Norway, Malaysia, Pakistan, San Marino, Austria, Netherlands have to postpone their travelling plans for 32 days.
Source – iHarare
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