The deputy Resident City Commissioner (RCC) Nakawa, Herbert Anderson Burora directed this with immediate effect.
Burora in letter says he had a discussion with the managers of this Forest Mall about the SOPs adherence but they registered no change.
“It is unfortunate that they were not followed by management of the premises. It is from that concern that effective 14th July 2021, the mall will be closed.” the letter read.
Burora said for the mall to open again, they must make sure they adhere to all SOPs. Until then, no business will take place there.
“Private cars shall not be allowed into the premises apart from those that identity with essential services provided within the promises. All restaurants shall prove social distancing measures as opposed to the existing management,”
The Mall has apparently been so full to capacity like as if there is no lockdown. People have been flooding the place with so much ease which raised concerns that the virus may just be spread at a high rate due to no social distance.
Currently, the country is running a 42-day lockdown and is almost half way the journey. Anything jeopardizing the efforts to curb the spread of Covid should also be put to an end.
Otherwise the lockdown may not fulfill its intended purpose.
However, the cases have noticeably gone down which is impressive and promising.
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