Religious Leaders Urged To Go For Covid-19 Vaccination

Rev. William Musisi, South Rwenzori diocese mission coordinator

BY ALEX BALUKU

KASESE: THURSDAY, OCTOBER 07, 2021

Rev. William Musisi, the South Rwenzori Diocesan Mission Coordinator, said with the re-opening of worship centers, religious leaders interact with many people which exposes them to the risk of getting Coronavirus.

He urged them to and get vaccinated against Covid-19.

Rev. Musisi decried the hesitation among the public towards vaccination and noted that religious leaders would build public confidence and act as an example if they got vaccinated.

The prelate also called upon the people in Kasese district to embrace regular medical checkups so that when they have diseases, they can be discovered at an early stage.

He said many patients fail to manage diseases because they discover them in late stages.

Rev. Musisi further applauded the government for elevating a number of health facilities in the district including Rukoki Health Center III which was recently elevated to a health center IV status and urged the people to utilize them.

He said that the Health Centers will go a long way in delivering health services to the people of Kasese.

Rev. Musisi also advised believers to always seek counselling from their spiritual directors whenever they are faced with enormous challenges in their life.

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  1. Rev Misaki Baluku

    Thanks for the advice Rev musisi. let the diocesan secretary also add his voice, so that all church leaders can be vaccinated .

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