President Yoweri Museveni is one of the best Presidents Uganda has ever has. In fact, many youths have never seen another Head of State in the country and they are not even keen in changing the country's leadership because they are comfortable with what they have.
Since the outbreak of the corona virus disease in Uganda, President Yoweri Museveni has been doing everything possible in order to keep his people safe. He has been coming up with rules and regulations and he even went ahead to procure Covid-19 vaccines for the people.
Although that is the case, some people in Uganda have proved difficult to handle. That is because they have been intentionally resisting the Covid-19 jabs but as things seem to be, Museveni and his government won't entertain them.
As we are speaking, there is unrest in Uganda after residents woke up to a worrying message from President Museveni's government. According to reports, the Ministry of Health is now considering the idea of restricting access to public places for people who are not yet vaccinated against Covid-19. Considering the fact that many people have not yet gone for the jab, then that move can hit hard many people if reached upon.
"The Ministry of Health is considering the idea of restricting access to public places for people who are not yet vaccinated against COVID-19." Reported NTV Uganda.
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