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Arcades, Salons Finally allowed To Reopen – Museveni

Arcades, Salons Finally allowed To Reopen – Museveni

President Museveni has this evening addressed Ugandans the 19th time on the way forwards regarding coronavirus pandemic, beginning with a video showing how South Africa has been affected by the deadly virus.

“In this type of crisis, you need food. So, the food markets were to remain open. But those who were not food sellers, we asked them to leave the markets.”

“The market of animal feeds in the world is $30 million. This is a big business. So the producers of maize should not be discouraged because we are going to find a bigger market for the maize, if not for flour, then for animal feeds.” Museveni.

“We have decided that the curfew starts at 9pm and ends at 5.30am. But the boda bodas will end work at 6pm.”

‘Only 110 Arcades which were inspected and approved will be allowed to reopen provided they are practicing social distancing, hand washing, no people in corridors and they should have enough toilets.

Salons should also be reopened provided they follow the guidelines such as having a temperature gun and wearing a face mask to limit the spread of the deadly virus,’he added.

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