This Statutory Instrument was repealed on 2020-06-23 by Public Health (Control of COVID-19) Rules, 2020.
This is the version of this Statutory Instrument as it was when it was repealed.
- Is repealed by Public Health (Control of COVID-19) Rules, 2020
- Is amended by Public Health (Control of COVID-19) (No. 2) (Amendment) Rules, 2020
Public Health Act
Public Health (Control of COVID-19) (No. 2) Rules, 2020
Statutory Instrument 55 of 2020
- Published in Government Gazette 22 on 31 March 2020
- Commenced on 31 March 2020
- [This is the version of this document from 9 April 2020.]
- [Amended by Public Health (Control of COVID-19) (No. 2) (Amendment) Rules, 2020 (Statutory Instrument 58 of 2020) on 9 April 2020]
- [Repealed by Public Health (Control of COVID-19) Rules, 2020 (Statutory Instrument 83 of 2020) on 23 June 2020]
1. Title and commencement
2. Interpretation.In these Rules—"engineering plant" means a movable plant or equipment being a self-propelled vehicle or trailer designed or constructed for special purposes of engineering operations which, where proceeding on a road, does not carry any load other than such as is necessary for its propulsion or equipment;"market" means a market established by, maintained, managed or controlled by or for a local council under the Markets Act;"motor vehicle" means any self-propelled vehicle intended or adopted for use on the roads and includes a motorcar, a motorcycle and a trailer.
3. Imposition of curfew
4. Prohibition of selling of non-food items in markets, stores, etc
5. Closure of certain places and premisesThe following places and premises, as the case may be, shall be closed, until 5th May 2020—
6. Factories and construction sites to continue operationsNotwithstanding the prohibitions in these Rules, factories and construction sites are allowed to operate, provided that a factory or construction site that does so, shall provide accommodation for the employees at the factory or construction site and the employees are prohibited from leaving the factory or construction site until 5th May 2020.
7. Prohibition of use of motor vehicles and engineering plantsSubject to rule 8, with effect from 2200 hours on 30th March, 2020, until 5th May 2020, no person shall drive any class of motor vehicle or engineering plant on any road in Uganda.
8. Exemption from rule 7
9. Offences and penaltiesAny person who contravenes or fails to comply with any of the requirements of these Rules commits an offence and is liable, on conviction, to imprisonment for a period not exceeding three months.
10. Duration of Rules
History of this document
23 June 2020
Repealed by Public Health (Control of COVID-19) Rules, 2020