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Today in pictures: Gov't implements ban on public transport

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Added 26th March 2020 11:39 AM

Private cars are not allowed to carry more than 3 people.

Today in pictures: Gov't implements ban on public transport

One of the UPDF officers checking on car drivers to apprehend those that might be carrying more than three passengers. (Photo by Adolf Ayoreka)

Private cars are not allowed to carry more than 3 people.

UGANDA NEWS IN PICTURES

On Wednesday, President Museveni ordered the suspension of public transport as the country battles with the coronavirus pandemic.

This was after the health ministry confirmed another five cases putting the total number of those infected with the virus at 14.

 
  officer making sure that all drivers are carrying the recommended number of passengers  A UPDF officer making sure that all drivers are carrying the recommended number of passengers 

 


 

 Passengers stranded at the taxi park (Photos by John Tugume)

 

 olice checkpoint at inja road Police checkpoint at Jinja road
 

 

 oldiers patrolling the streets hotos by enry subuga Soldiers patrolling the streets (Photos by Henry Nsubuga)

 

 

 oda bodas have been instructed to carry luggage and food stuffs instead of people Boda Bodas have been instructed to carry luggage, foodstuffs and avoid carrying people
 
 eople use bicycles as alternative means of transport as advised by the president hoto by iriam amutebi People use bicycles as alternative means of transport as advised by the president (Photos by Miriam Namutebi)

 

 
 
 eople decided to walk to work since all public means were banned People decided to walk to work since all public means were banned
 
 he usually busy ntebbe road now empty The usually busy Entebbe road now empty (Photos by Julius Luwemba)
 
 

 

 icycle delivering household items in pper augga ukono hotos by imothy urungi A bicycle delivering household items in Upper Kaugga Mukono (Photos by Timothy Murungi)

 

 

 

 

 

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Ggaba market grapples with poor  sewage system

Given the presidential directive that markets selling food should keep operating. The water from the sewage pipes has clogged and covered part of the market making it impossible for vendors to conduct business and also posing a threat to the health of the people buying and selling due to the smell and fear of contamination

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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