Kampala back to life after 42 days
Traders and shoppers mill on Ben Kiwanuka and Luwum streets in downtown Kampala on Monday. Many businesses in Kampala and the rest of the country resumed after government relaxed the lockdown after 42 days. PHOTO/MICHAEL KAKUMIRIZI
Boda bodas carry passengers in Kampala. Each boda boda was allowed to carry only one masked passenger. PHOTO/STEPHEN OTAGE
A woman washes her hands before entering an arcade on Nasser Road in Kampala on Monday. PHOTO/STEPHEN OTAGE
Traffic police officers direct motorists on Jinja Road on Monday afternoon following the resumption of both private and public transport. PHOTO/STEPHEN OTAGE.
Traffic jam on Sir Apollo Kaggwa Road in Kampala on Monday afternoon. PHOTO/STEPHEN OTAGE
Traders and shoppers flood Kikuubo Business Centre in Kampala on Monday. PHOTO/MICHAEL KAKUMIRIZI
Mr David Ocaya, a driver with Robbly Coaches, disinfects Uganda Shillings notes before giving a client a balance at Namayiba Bus Terminal in Kampala Monday. PHOTO/STEPHEN OTAGE
Taxis in the New Taxi Park in Kampala on Monday after public transport was allowed to resume operation. Taxis and buses were allowed to operate at half capacity. PHOTO/Stephen Otage.
A team of people hired by the Namayiba Bus Park management to disinfect buses in the park on Monday. Each bus was being disinfected at Shs5,000. PHOTO/STEPHEN OTAGE