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Covid-19 News

Uganda is currently under a lockdown since 18th June 2021 for a period of 42 days. This was a result of a spike in the number of covi-19 patients, especially in the urban districts of Kampala, Wakiso and Mukono. The lockdown came with a ban on inter- district travels by both public and private transport. However, tourist vehicles were allowed to freely move as long as they comply with the set guidelines as indicated here below:

  • All tourist vehicles must be licensed and registered by the Ministry of Works and Transport and Uganda Tourism Board.
  • All tourists are encouraged to move with their detailed itineraries especially for inter district trips.
  • All tour guides accompanying tourists must carry their valid IDs
  • Tourists are encouraged to carry proofs of payment for accommodation and tourist activities such as park fees, permits where applicable.
  • Covid 19 SOPs must be adhered to in tourist vehicles with attention to social distancing, wearing of face masks and sanitizing.

Full details can be found on the Uganda Tourism Board website.

Trek Africa Eco-Tours would like to assure our guests and partners that we adhere to all the above guidelines and have put all the required measures in place to allow smooth running of all our clients’ safaris.

Uganda commenced vaccination against Covid-19 in March 2021 using Astrazeneca vaccine and there is an ongoing vaccination program for vulnerable people to complete the required 2 doses. So far, Ministry of Health has reported that only minor side effects have been reported by those who were vaccinated.

 

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