The Kampala Capital City Authority (KCCA) has been the latest government organization to report a COVID-19 case at its headquarters (KCCA City Hall).
According to a media statement issued by KCCA, one of their staff tested positive for COVID-19.
In order to establish the COVID-19 status at City Hall, KCCA carried out risk-based testing for COVID-19 for all her staff starting 26th August 2020.
“The Ministry of Health at the KCCA Headquarters conducted the testing exercise. The results that were returned on September 1, 2020, reported one positive case at our Headquarter,” the statement reads.
“KCCA appeals to the Public to observe the safety protocols as guided by the Ministry of Health—regularly wash hands with soap and water for at least 20 seconds and/or use an alcohol-based hand sanitizer, wear a face mask appropriately and maintain a social distance while in public,” the statement reads.
KCCA says it is through adhering to these protocols that we will keep ourselves, others, and workplaces safe.
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