THREE PICK-UP TRUCKS FOR KASESE DISTRICT ARRIVE

Kasese District has received three pick-up trucks to carry out Covid-19 surveillance

BY ALEX BALUKU

KASESE: FRIDAY, OCTOBER 29, 2021

Three new double cabin pick-up trucks allocated by the ministry of health for Kasese district have arrived.

District officials say the vehicles will be deployed to help the district respond to the fight against Covid-19.

The vehicles registration numbers UG 7044 M, UG 7003 M and UG 7045 M have been given to the District Local Government, Bwera Government General Hospital and Kasese Municipal Council respectively.

They were handed to the Taskforce chaired by the Kasese Resident District Commissioner, Lt. Joe Walusimbi by the Chief Administrative Officer, Amis Masereka Asuman.

Masereka subsequently hailed the government for its efforts towards the fight against Covid-19.

While receiving the donation, the RDC pledged that the vehicles would be used to sensitize the masses against Covid-19 and transporting the medical workers in the fields where cases will have been reported.

The Kasese District Chairperson, Eliphaz Muhindi Bukombi, who hailed government for the donation, revealed that the district was lacking means of transport to respond to the Covid-19 cases.

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