David Mawazo, an eggs trader at Mpondwe, says the people have gotten used to the virus disease since it has been talked about since August 2018. Mawazo says people in the area are not bothered because the assumption is that all the Congolese nationals who cross into Uganda are screened first at the seven screening points at the border line.
According to World Health Organization, only front line health workers will get the vaccine. The health body says the new measures are needed to ensure that the remaining stock of the vaccine is enough until more vaccines can be produced by Merck.
John Vincent Okoth, the Bududa District Veterinary Officer told URN that the burn will take a period of six months as they wait for communication from the Commissioner Animal Heath in the Agriculture, Animal industry and Fisheries Ministry.