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Uganda registers fourth COVID-19 death

Kampala, Uganda | THE INDEPENDENT | Uganda has registered another COVID-19 death bringing the total number of confirmed deaths to four. The deceased is a 61-year-old female, a resident of Kiyimbi in Nakulabye, Kampala who died on Friday.

She was admitted at Mengo Hospital before referred to Mulago National Referral hospital where she succumbed to the disease. On admission at Mengo, the deceased presented with COVID symptoms of cough, fever, chest pain and difficulty in breathing.

The ministry is currently carrying out contact tracing of persons who might have come into contact with the deceased. As of Friday, over 200 contacts of all previously recorded deaths were being followed up.

The country also registered 21 new positive COVID-19 cases. 10 of the confirmed cases are returnees who recently entered the country while six were truck drivers. Four contacts and two community alerts also tested positive.

The health ministry says that they carrying out investigations to ascertain where the cases might have been infected from.

As of Saturday, Uganda has a total of 1,176 confirmed cases of COVID-19 with and 1,045 recoveries.




  1. Gov’t sh open up schools with strick laws and use of temperature monitor gun private teachers are doing so badly orelse gov’t must start paying those teachers we are suffering like the boda boda people whom you have given them hope in life.we don’t want to strike but put yourself into our conditions and feel the pain. Andrew.

  2. Alex mungujakisa

    Me I don’t see the difference between a boda boda carrying a passenger, arcades, busy shops, markets, with schools. Only I think politics has entered this covid 19 in Uganda. Fellow trs let’s not strike unless the government starts giving us salary If they can’t reopen schools.

  3. Gov’t shld think abt the conditions through wch the students are going through during the current burn on learning institutions l. I would suggest that govt comes out clearly tell the public whether the schools will reopen or consider it a dead ur coz many are still in suspense .

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