Category Archives: Covid-19

MPs ordered to present covid 19 vaccination certificates to be able access the house effective next week

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MPs ordered to present covid 19 vaccination certificates to access house effective next week.

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The Deputy Speaker of Parliament Hon. Among Anita has passed an order to all MPs to present their covid 19 vaccination certificates before being allowed to enter Parliament effective next week.

Full Text: President Museveni full address on Covid19 22nd September 2021

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Full Text: President Museveni full address on Covid19 22nd September 2021.

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Date: 22nd September 2021
Dear Countrymen and Countrywomen,
Since my last address to you on the 30th of July 2021, the COVID-19 transmission rates in the country have continued to decline. Despite this, some districts continue to show higher transmission rates and are considered hotspot districts. This persistent transmission is in the following 9 districts namely: Kampala, Kalungu, Kabale, Kumi, Soroti, Tororo, Gulu, Nwoya and Yumbe.

President Museveni to address nation on Wednesday amidst pressure to ease lockdown

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President Museveni to address the nation on Wednesday amidst pressure to reopen schools and religious institutions. Whisper Eye News

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President Yoweri Museveni is set to address the country on the COVID-19 situation on Wednesday September 22, 2021 with many Ugandans waiting to see what he will have to say on the fate of schools that have been closed since June.

Meet Kakande Hafdwar Whisper Eye’s personality of the week

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Kakande Hafdwar commonly referred to as Kakande Power is a student of Education at the Islamic University in Uganda

Kakande is son of the late Hajji Hood Ssettaala and Mrs Nalweyiso Aisha

Kakande rose to the limelight after his passionate love for social justice and making tangible differences in the community know as the problem solver has made him be referred to as the Power house of the Mbale based university

Kakande power is a students darling who they aswell refer to as there shield and most say his the man for the job because he has already demonstrated outstanding charisma in fighting for students rights

Among others Kakande fought and say the extension of late registration of semester two amid the constrains of the second covid pandemic

My Covid Chronicles part 2

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The second wave of the pandemic was characterized with depletion of oxygen in hospitals and exorbitant hospital charges most especially in private hospitals.

One can claim that this contributed to the death of some people who couldn’t afford these hospital fees.

But like our motto states ”for God and my country” God has been faithful to this nation, gradually the people kept reducing and numbers went down as the forty-two days neared completion.

My Covid Chronicles part 1

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My story dates back from the 20th March 2020, with the closure of schools, bars, arcades etc. Since then, the state of affairs has never been the same again.

During this stringent lock down, one of the daily routines became listening in to the presidential addresses that were usually broadcasted every Tuesday at 8:00pm.

Anxiously I always waited and watched them with a deep expectation for things to be made better. Worse and worse they became through announcements of more days of the lock down upon completion of a particular set.

Panic in Budaka as families exhume bodies of covid19 victims for decent burrial

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The Budaka District Covid-19 task force has been thrown into panic after reports emerged that some families have started exhuming the remains of their relatives who succumbed to Covid-19 so as to accord them befitting send-offs.

This media has learnt that the locals have on numerous occasions complained to their local leaders that the spirits of their deceased relatives harass them at night, demanding decent burial in accordance with their stipulated rituals.

Minister defies presidential order on opening Kikuubo and Arcades

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Minister defies Presidential order of opening Kikuubo and Arcades

On the 30th of July 2021 during the Presidential Address on Covid 19, President Museveni relaxed the lockdown measures with Kikuubo and arcades being one of the beneficiaries.

Update: Shopping Centers in Kampala remain closed, says RCC

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City traders have yet another week to wait as the district’s COVID 19 task force works out an assessment plan to see that all businesses comply with SOPs before they open their doors

While addressing the nation today Minsa Kabanda revealed to the nation that all city traders have to wait for another one week because they are still assessing the impact opening then up for business would do

Reports reaching Whisper Eye desk is that this news has not been received well by the traders who where eagerly waiting to start business

Top Summary of President Museveni end to 42 days Lockdown

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Top Summary of President Museveni end to 42 days Lockdown. Whisper Eye News

What you need to know about today’s president Museveni lockdown directives.

Places of Worship, Schools stay closed – Museveni

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Places of worship and schools stay closed for another 60days until the ministry of health directs otherwise

While addressing the nation today about the update on the COVID-19 pandemic the president of Uganda has directed that all places of worship and schools will remain closed for a period of two months.

Museveni further directed the places of worship to carry out online prayers and avoid congregating masses of people

42 days Lockdown:Public transport to reopen.

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42 days Lockdown: Public transport to reopen strictly

The COVID-19 pandemic has left transport businesses not the same in Uganda.

As the transport companies where grappling to stand again after the first total lock down that saw the president of Uganda completely shutting down public transport they recieved another blow as they where again subjected to a second total lockdown of 42 days that had come to an end today.

Bushenyi District partially locked down amidst COVID-19 surge

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The Bushenyi District Resident Commissioner Jane Asiimwe Muhindo has directed for the locking down of Akashusano trading center in Kitagata parish, Kyeizooba Sub-county for 14 days over surge of COVID-19.

RDC Asiimwe together with the District COVID-19 taskforce her team visited the trading center after the public outcry that some people have failed to adhere Health Ministry’s SOPs.