Mbarara RDC cautions public on violating SOPs ahead of educational institutions reopening
Mbarara Resident District Commission (RDC), Lt. Col. James Mwesigye has cautioned the public against violating Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs) in the fight against COVID-19.
While meeting religious leaders, school administrators and other authorities at Mbarara city council today about ensuring proper observance of SOPs ahead of educational institutions reopening for candidates and finalists slated for October 15, 2020, Mwesigye revealed that enforcement organs will do their best so the public should also do its part by adhering.
‘They are willing to observe, they lead the people and they need them alive. Those who will become resistant, that’s why it is called a directive…they’ll be punished,’ he added.
Schools, churches and all stakeholders have been asked to have temperature guns, sanitizers, and following other especially wearing masks.
Uganda has so far registered 7,777 cumulative confirmed COVID-19 cases, 4,033 recoveries and 75 deaths as of today, September 28, 2020.