38 Ugandan MPs Found Corona Positive After Leaving Tanzania

All 200 MPs and 125 parliamentary staff members who travelled to Arusha  have been told to isolate for 14 days.

38 Ugandan MPs Found Corona Positive After Leaving Tanzania

More than 200 Ugandan MPs and 125 parliamentary staff members who had travelled to Tanzania for an East African Community parliamentary competition have tested positive for Covid-19.

According to Ugandan parliamentary spokesman Chris Obore,38 lawmakers had been diagnosed with  corona virus.

According to Obore, the MPs are not in critical condition and that is why they have been required to be away from their homes for 14 days under the supervision of health professionals.

East African Community MPs from Tanzania, Uganda, Kenya and Burundi have been participating in the EAC parliamentary contest since 19 December 2021 in Arusha. Most of them have been infected. 7 days after further tests, he said while in Arusha they did not follow the laid down health guidelines to avoid the spread of Covid-19.

All 200 MPs and 125 parliamentary staff members who travelled to Arusha  have been told to isolate for 14 days.