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UGANDA: Community cases 0, truck drivers 13

Truck drivers at Malaba wait to be tested before entering Uganda. FILE PHOTO AFP

UPDATE UGANDA
🔸 13 new cases (truck drivers)
✳ 65,275 tested
✳ 139 Confirmed cases
✳ 55 Recoveries
✳ 0 deaths
SOURCE MOH

Kampala, Uganda | THE INDEPENDENT | The Ministry of Health has just confirmed 13 new COVID-19 positive cases, the second time in a week that this high a  figure is released on a single day for Uganda. This brings the total number of COVID-19 cases to 139.

All 13 are truck drivers – seven Ugandans, five Kenyans and one Eritrean who arrived from Tanzania, South Sudan and Kenya via Mutukula, Elegu and Malaba. The previous highest, also 13, was on May 8th.

The only positive for the country from Wednesday’s results was that tests from the community for a fourth straight day registered no positive.

 

2 comments

  1. Life is more important than anything, if the governments could adopt a policy of taking a cost of employing their own truck drivers do that they only drive from border to boder, and health status regularly monitored.
    Thanks

  2. Zhungliang kongming

    U refused the citizens of uganda yo return hime, but instead u are allowing foreign drivers from different country to bring the virus to innocent people, museven wake up

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