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Uganda Confirms 3 More Cases For Corona Virus, Makes A Total Of 33

The latest about the Covid-19 situation in our country Uganda is that on (Sunday), 206 individuals, mainly returnees from the Gulf and Europe, were tested and only 3 tested positive. All these have been in institutional quarantine.

Two of these are wife and daughter of the man from Masaka who was among the first nine confirmed cases. 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.

Therefore, his wife and daughter were his closest contacts and were quarantined in Entebbe when their husband/ father tested positive.

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

The president of Uganda His Excellency Yoweri Kaguta Museveni urges you all to observe the guidelines provided by the Ministry of Health and himself to ensure we break the spread of coronavirus virus.

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