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Uganda registers two new COVID-19 cases

By Hannington Mutabazi

Added 30th April 2020 01:40 AM

The ministry revealed that both of the cases are male with one a Ugandan aged 24 and a Burundian aged 21.

Uganda registers two new COVID-19 cases

Dr Jane Ruth Aceng, the Minister for Health. (File Photo)

The ministry revealed that both of the cases are male with one a Ugandan aged 24 and a Burundian aged 21.

HEALTH  COVID-19

KAMPALA - The Ministry of Health, has confirmed two new cases of COVID-19 in Uganda. The cases are part of the 299 samples tested among the community and individuals under quarantine.

The ministry revealed that both of the cases are male with one a Ugandan aged 24 and a Burundian aged 21.

"The patients have been put under quarantine at Rakai hospital," the ministry said in a tweet adding that they were contacts of a confirmed Burundian refugee case.


All 1,703 tests from the truck drivers at border points tested negative of the COVID-19. The number of samples that were tested on Wednesday is 2,002.

The total number of confirmed COVID-19 cases stands at 81 with 52 recoveries from the virus and 0 deaths.

 

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