In this world, there are many different types of diseases. Some of these diseases are caused by virus, fungi or bacteria. Like covid-19 is caused by virus which is normally spread from one person to another through physical contact.
Many countries around the world have been affected by this epidemic.
Some signs and symptoms of covid-19 include, difficult breathing, sneezing and coughing.
Accordingly from the source, a 13 years old girl have been shot dead in Uganda. It has been reported that the girl was sent to a shop by one of her family members during late hours. One police officer shot her on the head and disappeared after doing this acts. Later the girl's body was collected and taken to morgue. Fortunately he was arrested later ad police officers have started investigation to determine what happened.
This happens after Uganda introduced new measures to reduce covid-19 infections in the country.
May her soul rest in peace. Look these video from the source,
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