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Uganda COVID-19 cases at 33

Health Minister Dr Ruth Aceng at an earlier presser

Uganda COVID-19

🔸 March 29 – 3 new cases – TOTAL 33
🔹 March 28 – 7 new cases – TOTAL 30
🔸 March 27 – 5 new cases – TOTAL 23
🔹 March 26 – 4 new cases – TOTAL 18
🔸 March 25 – 5 new cases – TOTAL 14
🔹 March 23 – 8 new cases – TOTAL 9
🔸 March 21 – First case      – TOTAL 1

Kampala, Uganda | THE INDEPENDENT | Uganda’s total number of COVID-19 confirmed cases is now at 33, after the Ministry of Health confirmed that out of 206 samples run Sunday, 203 samples tested negative.

It turns out that two of the three are wife and daughter of the man from Masaka who was among the first nine confirmed cases. They had been quarantined in Entebbe.

On his return from Dubai, he went home to his family. After the first confirmed case, his community advised him to go for check up where he tested positive.

The third person is a 15-year-old teenager who returned from school in the UK on March 21st. He was under institutional quarantine where he developed symptoms and tested positive.

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2 comments

  1. how i wish the government introduces Online studies-the better,,thank u

  2. Let H:E Museveni also talk about shope salers who are high pricing the items from the normal price.

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