While Ghana massages coronavirus after 132 people were confirmed positive for the virus, Uganda is threading on the harshest path to fight cornavirus completely.
The country has banned all public transport in a bid to fight against the spread of the disease.
While addressing Ugandans on Wednesday, President Yoweri Museveni announced the new measure.
“The government has decided to suspend, for 14 days, all public transport. This means all taxis, all minibuses, all buses, all passenger trains, all tuk tuks and all the boda bodas are suspended. Why? Because we want to minimize movement,” he announced.
He sated that private cars with a maximum of 3 people will be allowed to move and vendors are all suspended with the exception of those who sell food.
Meanwhile after Ghana has recorded 132 confirmed cases, the president has not called for a lockdown despite a call for lock down by many Ghanaians.