Quarantined: My Ordeal in Uganda’s Covid-19 Isolation Centers by Jimmy Spire Ssentongo

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An Inside Account from Uganda’s Coronavirus ‘Quarantine Prison Hotels’. Foreword by Winnie Byanyima.

“This is a first-hand account of The Observer columnist and cartoonist, Dr. Jimmy Spire Ssentongo who traveled from the UK, one of the high-risk coronavirus countries at the time.” – The Observer

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An Inside Account from Uganda’s Coronavirus ‘Quarantine Prison Hotels’. Foreword by Winnie Byanyima.

“This is a first-hand account of The Observer columnist and cartoonist, Dr Jimmy Spire Ssentongo who traveled from the UK, one of the high-risk coronavirus countries at the time.” – The Observer

“After 23 days in quarantine in Uganda — far longer than required — Jimmy Spire Ssentongo walked free in part because of a cartoon he drew.” – AP News

“Spire’s quarantine experience panned out like a short film.” – Daily Monitor

“Jimmy Spire Ssentongo, a cartoonist and university lecturer spoke up for people facing coronavirus injustice after he shared his quarantine experience on Facebook and criticised government unfairness in charging people in quarantine $100 a day.” – The Guardian

“First hand witnesses of Uganda’s quarantine system have their own horror story to tell.” – The East African

“A must read!” – Dr. Ekwaro A. Obuku, former president of Uganda Medical Association

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