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SINCE its outbreak in the Peoples Republic of China [PRC] city of Wuhan reportedly, in December 2019, the deadly Covid-19 continues to dominate every aspect of human life across the globe. It has indiscriminately claimed lives, devastated global economy threatening even the biggest economies of the world. The working people

On 30 March 2020, President Yoweri Museveni, in a bid to suppress the spread of the Corona virus in Uganda announced a partial lockdown of the country for 14 days. At the end of the 14 days, on 14 April 2020, the President extended the lockdown for another 21 days.

In December 2019 China had several cases of an unusual strain of pneumonia in Wuhan, a host to over 11 million people. The Pneumonia was reported to the World Health Organization on 31 December 2019. Consequently, on 30 January, the World Health Organization declared the Corona virus COVID-19 as a

The recent hashtags, “@stay home stay safe” and “@work from home” campaigns following the spread of the Covid-19 global pandemic is set to revolutionize the way work is done and cases are heard in courts. READ MORE: (Download Article)

  OVERVIEW Data compiled by the statistics website, Worldometer, which uses information from organizations like the United Nations Population Division and World Health Organization, shows that as of 28 March, coronavirus has infected more than 723,732 people… Download: (Click Here)

The COVID-19 pandemic has caused severe disruptions and presented risks that are specific to organizations as well as systemic.As organizations and governments attempt to assess the impacts of the pandemic, it is evident that the pandemic will change various aspects of our lives. From a corporate governance perspective, the COVID-19