Ugandan president puts capital city on Ebola response alert

17/10/2022 5:50:00 PM

President Yoweri Museveni of Uganda on Monday put the country’s capital, Kampala, on a high Ebola response alert as the country grapples with the deadly

President Yoweri Museveni of Uganda on Monday put the country’s capital, Kampala, on a high Ebola response alert as the country grapples with the deadly disease.

President Yoweri Museveni of Uganda on Monday put the country’s capital, Kampala, on a high Ebola response alert as the country grapples with the deadly

disease., Edwin Clark, Ijaw national leader, had accused the federal government of not doing enough for communities in the Niger Delta.Delta tackles open defecation He said, “The issue of houses not having toilets is something we are seriously looking at as a CDA.outside the state and address the welfare of residents immediately.

Museveni in a tweet said two cases tested positive in Kampala which came from Mubende, the epicentre of the outbreak, however, there are contacts to the cases and a risk of infection.PDP says ‘anti-democratic forces’ planning to disrupt its campaign “For Kampala city, the two cases that tested positive came from Mubende district and are regarded as Mubende cases, because of the presence of contacts of these two cases and the risks of infection.“President Muhammadu Buhari on Sunday expressed sadness at the devastation caused by floods in Bayelsa State.I have directed a full mobilization of Kampala city into a response mode,” the president said.It is worrisome; but this place is like this because many of these houses are old buildings.For Kampala City, while the two cases that tested positive came from Mubende District and are regarded as Mubende cases, because of the presence of contacts of these two cases and the risks of infection, I have directed a full mobilization of Kampala City into a response mode.“According to released reports by the State Government, 700,000 persons have been displaced in about 300 communities and villages in five of the State’s eight local government areas that were submerged in water due to rains causing the floods..I can’t imagine anything that is more important right now than pushing for the welfare of the citizens.

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