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Now That The Economy Is Fully Opened, What Next?

Now That The Economy Is Fully Opened, What Next?

The Ugandan economy has been fully opened after almost two years of closure for some sectors. The President had promised to reopen the economy fully on the 24th-January 2022 and he has kept it.

Many people anticipated a change in mind from him because of the growing Covid cases as Ministry of health-shows. Even with the growing cases, the president this time stood by his word.

However, now that the economy is fully open, how are we supposed to respond to it. Covid is still in place, with different variants existing now.

This means SOPs are still very important especially because we are now fully operating. It is no longer sustainable to stay home. This means people will have to put up with the virus regardless of it’s effects.

What does this mean? This means keeping safe is now more personal than communal. If you are wearing a mask, it’s for yourself. If you are sanitizing, it’s for yourself.

If you are getting the vaccine, it’s for yourself. This is because we may not or are not going back to lockdown because the country needs to move forward and this is impossible when everyone is not working.

Meanwhile, it was just about time for this to happen. People need to work. Life has to move on. Children have to go to school.

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