Alarming Covid-19 deaths and new cases in Uganda have forced the country to a total lockdown.
The rising second wave saw President Yoweri Museveni declare a 42-days total lockdown.
This was followed by other tough measures all in bid to curb the virus.
Curfew across the country was revised to start from 7:00pm and end at 5:30am.
Schools, churches, sports, entertainment joints such as bars, betting shops and discos to remain shut. Failure to which licenses will be revoked forever.
Movement of people minimized as public and private vehicles are banned on the roads.
On matters concerning burials, Ugandans to adopt military ways, only the family members are allowed.
There are however some crucial areas he left open, as people cannot do without them.
Agriculture, industries, health, medical, security, goods distribution, tourism and utilities such as water and media are the key services that will remain fully functional.
Cargo drivers border points will be screened and escorted to their destinations.
The Entebbe International Airport also remains open but with thorough screening points to avoid possibility of importing new variants.
The president promised to explain and clarify further areas which Ugandans did not understand well.