Uganda is very soon going to discharge it’s first three recovered COVID-19 victims, who have now tested negative to the virus. These patients were tested more than 3 times after treatment and their condition is now very stable.
This revelation came after 338 people tested negative yesterday which raised more hope that the country could emerge successfully without any death cases in this fight to eliminate the epidermic.
“Today all the 338 tested were negative to the COVID-19 at the Uganda Virus Research Institute. The total number of confirmed cases in Uganda still stands at 53” Dr. Henry Mwebesa says.
According to Mwebesa Henry, the Director General of Health Services claimed that 53 cases are already in a good condition at Mulago National Specialized Hospital (20), Entebbe Grade B hospital (31), Adjumani hospital (1), and Hoima hospital (1).
“Three cases have tested negative twice after treatment and are being considered for discharge by the clinicians. Uganda has not registered any COVID-19 related death” the Director General Henry affirmed.
Mwebesa ended the speech urging the general public to stay calm, and follow guidelines which they have been following until everything goes back to normal. Travelers who came from abroad are also called upon to test for COVID-19.
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