Dr. Jane Ruth Aceng confirmed on the 26th of October that some school-going students in Kampala tested positive.
However, Gashumba says those who are promoting a lockdown just want to make money like they did during Covid.
“The people proposing a LOCKDOWN just want to make Ebola a money-making scheme just like they did with Covid-19!!”
Douglas Lwanga, a media personality didn’t differ so much from Sheilah. He says they are still recovering from the Covid Lockdown so they can’t take in another lockdown now.
“Anyone proposing a lockdown has no connection to the reality of what people are going thru. U have no idea how people are struggling to make ends meet #NoLockdown,” Douglas tweeted.
However, some people have said Sheilah and many others are overreacting regarding this matter. According to them, a lockdown may be needed to stop the spread of the virus.
“That is not true. Lockdown used to be called quarantine. In biblical times, people were sent away so that they didn’t infect anyone. It has nothing to do with making money.”
Well, there are a number of mixed reactions about this whole lockdown situation among the people.
However, the president will be the final man to decide on what the country is to do. He will provide an update in a televised National Address like he always does.
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