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COVID-19 face masks

It’s critical for the public to be aware of limitations of wearing masks to avoid infection risk and false security ANALYSIS | DR. BRUCE TUMWINE RWABASONGA | President Museveni on May 19 extended the national lockdown due to COVID-19 and announced that the government planned to procure and issue face …

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Goodbye to the crowded office

How coronavirus will change the way we work together | RACHEL MORRISON | As lockdowns are relaxed around the world and people return to their workplaces, the next challenge will be adapting open office spaces to the new normal of strict personal hygiene and physical distancing. While the merits and …

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Escalation of torture in COVID-19 lockdown

It is deeply disconcerting that mechanisms for holding government agents accountable are usually not effective in Uganda COMMENT | EDWARD SERUCACA JNR | Amidst the fight against a new enemy, the coronavirus disease Covid-19, old foes are rearing their ugly heads.  In mid-April, the Independent MP Francis Zaake of Mityana …

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Burundi holds election amid virus

Many were surprised that Nkurunziza would step aside after a referendum in 2018 extended the presidential term to seven years | THE INDEPENDENT | Burundi held a peaceful on May 20 to pave way for President Pierre Nkurunziza to step aside but fear remains that disputes over results could lead …

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