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What Uganda has got wrong – and right – in its struggle to contain COVID-19

By Gloria Seruwagi, Lecturer & Researcher, Makerere University
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Last month, Uganda’s President Yoweri Museveni tightened restrictions in the country following a worrying rise in COVID-19 infections and deaths. The new stringent measures included a 42-day lockdown and restrictions on the movement of people. Public health specialist Gloria Seruwagi reveals some of the critical success factors and issues that the government…

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