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Fort portal Police Embarks of Mass Sensitisation against Corona Virus

Vincent Twesige, the Rwenzori West Region Police Spokesperson, says police officers will be moving to public places such as hospitals, schools and public functions to educate the public on the virus and ensure people adhere to the preventive measures.

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Police in Fort portal has embarked on public sensitisation against the corona virus.  

Vincent Twesige, the Rwenzori West Region Police Spokesperson, says police officers will be moving to public places such as hospitals, schools and public functions to educate the public on the virus and ensure people adhere to the preventive measures.

According to Twesige, they will ensure that all places have hand washing facilities plus water and soap.       

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He advised members of the public to avoid spiting, hugging, kissing and hand shaking among other risky behavior that can expose them to infection.

 

Dr. Jonathan Katalemwa, the Police Surgeon at Fort Portal police Station has also advised security personnel especially police officers to exercise caution.  

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Steven Asiimwe, the Kabarole Resident District Commissioner, notes that fighting the Corona virus needs a lot of sensitisation and mobilisation.    

He says it is for this reason, since their district is surrounded, which puts it in a disadvantaged position.    

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The Corona virus alias COVID19, which broke out in China has claimed over 4000 lives. The outbreak that has since spread to over 100 countries with more than 110,000 cases of infection.

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