As the country continues to emerge from the various consequences of the novel coronavirus, Mambo News has learned that Entebbe Airport is planning on re-opening for public business.
Entebbe Airport is planning to open to the public as the government is ready to lift restrictions on air travel and open borders to the international community.
The above was one of many recommendations from the National COVID19 Task Force headed by Prime Minister Ruhakana Rugunda to the President while in a meeting at the State Lodge in Nakasero.
Foreigners getting into Uganda will need to present a negative COVID19 test (COVID-19 free Polymerase Chain Reaction-PCR) certificate awarded at most 72 hours to the time of getting into the country to make sure that the country doesn’t admit sick individuals.
Further information suggests that on top of the higher institutions of learning allowing finalists to finish the 2019-2020 academic year, churches will be to be allowed to open, but with strict adherence to COVID19 SOPs.