The Ugandan Government has revealed that citizens in COVID-19 quarantine centres were having sex with each other.
Watchdog Uganda reports that Permanent Secretary, Diana Atwine, made the disclosure on Radio One talk show.
Atwine said the accused persons go out of their rooms and have romance with others they only met in quarantine centres.
âUgandans are not serious. Some who are in quarantine have even begun having (sexual) affairs. They move to rooms of others in the hotels where we have placed them.
The official explained that this was the reason patients in isolation have not been released.
The ministry has given 14 days to the those identified to remain in quarantine so that they keep them from spreading the virus.
In March, the Ministry of Health gazetted 17 places to be used as isolation centres for those undergoing mandatory quarantine.
They include hotels, hospitals, lodges and universities.
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