Covid19 outbreak was announced by the republic of china on 31st December 2019 as we were starting the fresh year of 2020. It continued spreading to different countries and continents and it was declared as the global pandemic by world health organization. And from March 18 Uganda went into locked down and closed airport to stop people that where coming into Uganda and those that were already in flights hard to go under quarantine to be tested and isolated to see if they could be positive or not mix up with the community that could be already be affected.
After six month later, the government of Uganda opened airport to allow tourists to come to Uganda and other Ugandans that where stuck abroad. In the his nation address the president of Uganda said any passengers arriving in Uganda must be in possession of negative covid19 polymerize chain reaction(PCR) test results from credited laboratory in the country of origin and test should be within last 72 hours before the scheduled departure from the country origin.
As lets go gorilla tours and travel Uganda we therefore inform our client’s or those will to visit Uganda and tours around should have it in mind that all national park are open for all activities. As let’s go gorilla we shall make sure that you’re safe while visiting all destinations with full time sanitizer and masks when you’re interacting with other people and taking to safe lodges, we therefore advisor and encourage all travelers to use this promotion of Uganda wildlife authority on gorilla tracking permits, chimpanzee trekking permits, park entrance fees and birding that will up to 31st June 2021 and have the ultimate experience while interacting with the gentle apes in Bwindi impenetrable national park and chimpanzee the closest friend of human person in kibale forest national park. You’re advised to have the covid19 test results, sanitizer and full time mask while interacting with gorillas
On 31st march 2021 ministry of health announced to start vaccinating of Ugandans against covid19 with AstraZeneca vaccines. The ministry noted aims to vaccinate are at 49.6% of its population 21,936,011 with covid19 vaccines in different phases and it would start with the essential workers like teachers, health workers and those in high risk groups including elderly and the process in going through by now