Services at the Lands office at Wakiso District have been scaled down to only 29 clients per day amid covid19 surges in the district.
In a meeting organised by the Resident District Commissioner (RDC) Justine Mbabazi (pictured above) also announced a 70% staff cut of the District employees.
“We will therefore scale down service provision to the public. The Lands office will only serve 20 clients per day,” Mbabazi said.
The move will cripple the land transaction services in the busiest sector where thousands of clients have been receiving services on a daily basis.
Meanwhile the district Education Officer (DEO) Mr. Fredrick Kiyingi has requested for a total Lockdown in the district saying that normal operations in markets and taxi transport renders useless th shutdown of schools because when parents move freely, they will infect children back home.
“Let people comply with SOPs. We are soon rolling out an operation to enforce the SoPs in markets, taxis and other congested areas,” Mbabazi said.
Betty Nabuganda, the deputy Director of the District Health Officer (DHO) for said that the District had run out of vaccines. She said that although people had been vaccinated they are still getting sick advising for the need to maintain SOPs.
Wakiso District Covid results yesterday as at 10-6-2021
No of alerts 22
No of samples collected 432
No of contacts followed 52
No of contacts listed 44
No of positive cases 147
No of death 1 from Ndejje
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