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Uganda Registers Total Of 38 COVID-19 Recoveries

More than 9 victims of the deadly Covid-19 virus were Monday afternoon discharged from Entebbe Grade B hospital following their recovery. This brings more hope that Uganda is coming back to it’s normal situation.

Among the recovered patients include 5 Watoto children’s choir members, 3 caretakers, 1 boda boda rider from Kasubi and one from Kalangala district.

Among recovered patients ready to go back home include one from Kalangala who is reportedly very happy after receiving enough care at Entebbe grade B hospital. Therefore he will be set free after the community getting oriented and sensitized.

Today morning, both the recovered patients and the doctors were celebrating and praising God for forgiveness during this grace period. In other countries, people are still dying but Uganda has not registered any death case yet.

Dr. Joyce Moriku Kaducu, the state minister for Primary Healthcare took part in today’s ceremony and 10 people managed to join 28 others that were discharged in the last two weeks.

COVID-19 cases in Uganda still stand at 55, which is still minimal compared to other countries.

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