KAMPALA - The Police in Kampala has named 25 arcades, shopping malls and supermarkets that are allegedly violating the Standard Operating Procedures meant to curb the spread of COVD-19.
According to the task force team that has been carrying out a daily inspection in Kampala, the arcades, shopping malls and supermarkets that have defied the Ministry of Health guidelines include; Nansamba Arcade, Bathia Towers, E-Towers, Superior complex, Trade link complex, Transnile link, Suncity Plaza, Qualicel House, God's Grace Arcade, Majestic Plaza, Zainab Aziza Plaza, Boost House, Mini price, Lutunga House and Kasiwukila plaza.
Others include Rafik Arcade, Sembatya Arcade, Skylight Arcade, White house arcade, Kabale Arcade, Qualicel Aracde, French Plaza, Total Plaza, Shamba Complex and S...
ASUNCION, Paraguay — As nearby nations grapple with uncontrolled spread of the novel coronavirus, the poor, landlocked nation of Paraguay appears to be controlling the disease, with just a few thousand confirmed cases and a few dozen deaths.
Along with Paraguay’s relative isolation, experts credit the country with creating a network of quarantine centers in military academies, motels, and religious institutions where citizens arriving home must isolate for at least 14 days and pass two consecutive coronavirus tests before being able to move about the country freely.
With only 7 million people, a stagnant economy, high poverty and a weak public health system, Paraguay moved to slow coronavirus in March by closing borders and imposing the quarantine restrictions, along with closing s...