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LAUNCHING PRIMATE TOURISM IN BWINDI A HEAD OF COVID- 19
Hon. Tom Butime Minister Of Wildlife and Antiquities has officially relaunched Primate tourism in Bwindi Impenetrable National Park today Friday 25/September 2020.

Following all the standard operating procedures of Covid-19 guests will be cleared first and Bwindi National Park and Uganda wildlife Authority team is now ready and set to receive them

Human safety and animals shall be highly prioritized in every visit.

Published by: T.Mwajuma Twaha Adams DCIO Kanungu.
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BMCDA IN PARTNERSHIP WITH ROTARY CLUB KABALE.

Today 24/09/2020 BMCDA in partnership with Rottary club Kabale gave food relief worth Twelve million one hundred thirty five thousand shillings (12,135,000=) to two villages of Mukono parish. The beneficiaries were Kanyamisinga and Mukono respectively. Each house hold was receiving 5kgs of Posho,2.5 Kgs of beans and half bar of soap.

This is the third phase BMCDA in conjunction with Rotary Club are giving out food relief to the people of Mukono parish. The villages which benefited at first were Nkwenda, Buhoma and Kanyashande.

The C/Person BMCDA Mr. Ngabirano Richard while delivering food relief said their dream as an organization is to give out food relief to all the house holds in Mukono in this pandemic.

The taskforce representative reminded the community members to keep the Standard operating procedures of covid-19 because Covid is already in Kanungu highlighting the five cases so far confirmed with one death in the district.

Parents with candidate students were also requested to prepare for their children's return to school in terms of tuition and basic necessities not forgetting psychological guidance by preparing their minds for the pandemic.

Reported by: T. Mwajuma Twaha Adams DCIO Kanungu.
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Note:Kato Besisira DHI will be on K.B.S radio at 08:40Pm today Monday with more details and emphasise on Covid-19 SOP. Please pay attention. ...

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COVID 19 ALERT IN KANUNGU.

Last Friday, a man from Kihihi tested positive of Covid 19 from the samples taken from Kambuga hospital. Another case was of a pregnant woman from Kayonza Sub-County. The two patients were taken to Kabale referral hospital for treatment.

This follows the three previous cases from Butogota with one death, however reports show that the wife and the son to the deceased are both improving.

The public is therefore requested to be vigilant and observe the standard operating procedures because these new cases seem not to be from the the first contacts.

Published by: T.Mwajuma Twaha Adams DCIO Kanungu.
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