Africa could be the next center of attraction for COVID 19.

The World Health Organization (WHO) has warned that Africa could become the next epicentre of the coronavirus outbreak. UN officials also say it is likely the pandemic will kill at least 300,000 people in Africa and push nearly 30 million into poverty. The past week in Africa has seen a sharp rise in coronavirus cases with¬†almost 1,000 deaths and almost 19,000 infections across Africa, so far much lower rates than in parts of Europe and the US. The UN Economic Commission for Africa – which warned 300,000 could die –…

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Police issues Brief on COVID 19 lock down.

Today morning, Uganda police held a press conference at Uganda media center to communicate updates on fighting crime during the lock down. UPDF Spokesperson Brig. Karemire spoke of community vigilance, and boarder surveillance capabilities that have been enhanced. “Our cardinal responsibility as sworn in the oaths we took is to fight crime and we shall keep it. He urged the public to stay calm in these tough times. Frank Baine the Director of Uganda Prisons applauded the country for the positive response with guidance from our leaders. On a good…

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