In response to current coronavirus infections in neighbouring African nations, Uganda has restricted journey from sixteen international locations with what it terms high cases of coronavirus, consisting of US, UK, China, France, Germany, Iran, Italy, South Korea, Spain, Netherlands, Sweden, Norway, Austria, and Malaysia. Ugandans in affected countries are not exempt from the journey restriction.
Those who insist on visiting the East African country from those nations would should self-quarantine at their own cost for 14 days both at domestic or at a government facility. Ugandans in affected countries are not exempt from the journey restriction.
In the brand new statement, guests from these nations are entreated to consider “suspending non-essential tour to Uganda.” In the new statement, guests from those countries are entreated to consider “suspending non-critical tour to Uganda.”
Uganda also postponed the 2020 United Nations G77 and China Summit scheduled for mid-April inside the capital of Kampala because of the coronavirus threat, the minister said. More than 6,000 delegates from 136 member states were due to attend.
The outbreak has caused air travel restrictions and cancellations of excessive-level conferences across the continent.