The ministry of health has today evening announced 3 new COVOD19 cases in Uganda bringing the total to 33. “3 new cases of COVID-19 confirmed today, Sunday 29 March 2020. Total number of confirmed cases stands at 33 in Uganda.Out of 206 samples run today, 203 samples tested negative for COVID-19. #STAYSAFEUG” reads the Ministry’s tweet. The first case was …Read More »
The miniatyr of health has conformed 5 more cases of COVID19 raising the number to 23. In a tweet on the Ministry’s official Twitter account the ministry revealed that these came out of the 227 tests they run today, further promising a detailed report in a press conference on Saturday morning. A screenshot of the tweet.Read More »
The Ministry of Health has today afternoon confirmed five new cases of COVID19 as confirmed by the Primary Health Care Minister, Joyce Moriku Kaducu. “Dear Ugandans, this is a very critical moment for everyone as the number of positive cases keeps scaling up. Five more people have been confirmed positive, including 2 of the 6 chinese that were got in …Read More »
While appearing on national TV State Minister for Health for General Duties, Nabbanja told the public that 72 of the 85 Ugandans who recently returned from Dubai have today showed up. This comes a day after the Ministry appealed to the 85 people that travelled from Dubai recently to call them for check ups. “Today 64 of these people showed …Read More »
Uganda Confirms 8 New COVID19 Cases. People From Dubai Advised to Call Ministry As Soon As Possible.
While speaking to the media today Health Minister, Jane Ruth Acieng told the media that they had confirmed 8 more cases of COVID19 making the total to 9. “They are all Ugandan nationals who had all travelled to Dubai either by Fly Emirates or Ethiopian Airlines” Jane Ruth said. She added that the 8 were part of 35 tests that …Read More »