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Kyambogo Discontinues Physical Learning After Growing Number Of Covid 19 Cases

Kyambogo University Discontinues Physical Learning After Growing Number Of Covid 19 Cases

The Vice Chancellor of Kyambogo University Prof Elly Katunguka has suspended physical learning at the institution after a rapid increase in the number of confirmed cases.

Kyambogo university has so far confirmed 8 positive cases, 6 being students and 2 administrative staff. In a bid now to prevent further spread of the deadly virus, the professor has tasked all Deans and heads if department to do open distance and e-learning to avoid physical contact.

The professor added that cases of severe cough and flu among students has risen. These however have declined to get tested and warns the situation could worsen.

The Professor further urged all students and staff who develop the covid 19 symptoms to stay at home until they are medically declared safe.

This comes at a time when the Ministry of Health has confirmed 207 new cases of Covid-19, as of May 26,. This has pushed the cumulative number of confirmed cases to 44.281.

Of recent many people have developed cases of dry cough and flu in the country. However majority of these always downplay the symptoms as ordinary colds and cough.

It is for this reason that the national covid task  force and ministry of health are slated to hold an emergency meeting.

In similar news,

Ministry of Health warned Ugandans about the rising of Covid cases again. Results conducted on Monday showed that 155 cases were registered. This brings the cumulative confirmed cases to 44,074 cases. Due to this, the ministry of health has advised Ugandans to adhere to the SOPs before things go back to where they were.

“The number of new COVID-19 cases have increased with a number of people dying. Adhere to the COVID-19 SOPs.

DO NOT BE PART OF THE COVID-19 STATISTICS.” The tweet reads.

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