More
    HomeNewsSchools Won't Close Again

    Schools Won’t Close Again

    Published on

    spot_img

    SCHOOLS WONT CLOSE AGAIN
    Learners return to school today with assurance from the ministry of health that schools will not be closed again despite the increase in Covid-19 new infections, hospitalization and deaths in the country.
    Health minister Dr. Jane Aceng, instead urges Ugandans to learn to live with Covid-19 because it will not go away for at least the next two years.
    Aceng says the country has lost a lot during the two years when the schools were closed so focus should now be on working hard to recover from the effects of Covid-19 pandemic.
    She also urges Ugandans to continue wearing face masks and observe all SOPs for at least two years when they will be living together with Covid- 19.
    The minister also said that despite the surge in new infections, hospitalization and death from Covid -19, statistics show that those who are dying are the unvaccinated ones, thus encouraging all eligible Ugandans to get the jab as the first line of protection.

    Latest articles

    What is the Future for the Rwenzori Glaciers?

    The future of the glaciers in the Rwenzori Mountains is uncertain and is subject...

    Can Anita Among Weather the Storm?

    In the intricate game of Ugandan politics, loyalty can be both a shield and...

    CAF Approves Namboole Stadium for International Matches

    The Confederation of African Football (CAF) has given its stamp of approval for the...

    Elephant Kills One, Leaves Another Critically Injured in Abim

    Tragedy unfolded in Abim District last night when an elephant launched a brutal assault,...

    More like this

    What is the Future for the Rwenzori Glaciers?

    The future of the glaciers in the Rwenzori Mountains is uncertain and is subject...

    Can Anita Among Weather the Storm?

    In the intricate game of Ugandan politics, loyalty can be both a shield and...

    CAF Approves Namboole Stadium for International Matches

    The Confederation of African Football (CAF) has given its stamp of approval for the...