The reopening caused traffic congestion in some areas of the capital, Kampala, and students can be seen carrying their mattresses in the streets, a back-to-boarding school phenomenon not witnessed here for nearly two years.
Uganda's schools have been fully or partially shut for more than 83 weeks, the world's longest disruption, according to figures from the UN cultural agency.
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