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President Yoweri Museveni took the first measures to protect Uganda from the coronavirus on March 21. All international flights were banned from that day until further notice. Cargo planes were still allowed into the country.
The country also set up quarantine facilities for people that need to go into isolation. So far, over 1.000 people arriving in Uganda have been forced to go into a mandatory 14-day quarantine.
On March 26, the country suspended all public transport in the country for the next two weeks as of immediate effect. According to AllAfrica.com the president said: "This includes taxis, buses, coasters, passenger trains, tricycles, and boda bodas. Only private means will be allowed to move."
People traveling in private cars are not allowed to carry more than three people.
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Last validated on March 27, 2020:26 March: The country suspended all use of public transport for the following 14 days with immediate effect. 21 March: President Yoweri Museveni of Uganda announced on Saturday that all international planes will be prohibited until further notice. The measure will not be imposed on cargo planes.
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