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Uganda’s COVID-19 Cases Rise To 870 As World Death Toll Hits 500,000

Uganda’s COVID-19 Cases Rise To 870 As World Death Toll Hits 500,000

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By Keefa Nuwahereza The Ministry of Health has announced that the number of cumulative Coronavirus (COVID-19) cases in Uganda has risen to 870, after results from samples tested on  June 28th, 2020 confirmed 11 new COVID-19 cases, who are all Ugandans. Officials from the Ministry revealed that 4 of the confirmed cases are among 1,784 cases tested from Points of Entry, while 7 are among 546 samples of alerts and contacts and that  the Total COVID-19 recoveries are  808. Statement from the Ministry of Health announcing the new cases of COVID-19 in Uganda It was also revealed in a statement from the Ministry that  Uganda currently has 190 active cases on admission and to date, no COVID-19 related death has been recorded in the country. In addition, a ...
21 New COVID-19 Cases Registered Ahead Of Museveni’s National Address

21 New COVID-19 Cases Registered Ahead Of Museveni’s National Address

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By Keefa Nuwahereza The Ministry of Health has announced 21 new cases of Coronavirus infections among truck drivers, thereby bringing the number of confirmed cases in Uganda to 248. The Ministry tweeted on Monday morning thus; “21 new cases confirmed from 1,071 samples from various Points of Entry. All cases are Ugandan nationals from Elegu, Mutukula and Malaba points. All 253 community samples are negative for COVID-19. The COVID-19 confirmed cases are now 248.” However, the development comes at a time when President Yoweri Museveni is set to address the nation about Coronavirus and update the country about the COVID-19 Lockdown. President Museveni’s televised address, which will be his 14th public communication about COVID-19 ever since it broke out in Uganda in Marc...
Huawei Donates Video Conferencing Equipment To Help In Coronavirus Fight As Cases Shoot To 23

Huawei Donates Video Conferencing Equipment To Help In Coronavirus Fight As Cases Shoot To 23

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By Abel Kawere The management Huawei Uganda on Thursday, March 26, 2020, donated video conferencing equipment to the Ministry of Health, which will help Ministry officials in the fight against Coronavirus. The equipment, which was handed over by a team of senior managers and IT experts from Huawei Uganda, will help ministry officials interface with each other and or other government officials without necessarily having to meet physically, as a way of maintaining the social distance guideline. Huawei Uganda MD explaining to Dr Jane Ruth Aceng about the video conferencing machines Shortly after receiving the equipment from Huawei Uganda, Dr Jane Ruth Aceng, the Minister for Health, wrote thus on social media; “Thank you Huawei for the donation of video conferencing ICT Solut...
Panic  As Uganda Confirms Two Cases Of Deadly Coronavirus

Panic As Uganda Confirms Two Cases Of Deadly Coronavirus

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By Keef Nuwahereza Panic and fear have engulfed the nation after the Ministry of Health confirmed two cases of Coronavirus infections in Uganda. According to Ministry officials, one of the patients is Ugandan who is a resident of Kakungulu zone, in Kibuli, Kampala,  who recently returned from Dubai, where he had gone  purchase merchandise for his shop. Dr. Jane  Ruth Acheng, the Minister for Health said Saturday evening that "Uganda has confirmed her 1st case of #COVID19, today. This is a 36 year old Ugandan male who arrived on 21 March 2020 at 2:00am. During the screening process at the airport, his temperature was 38.7. This prompted health teams to isolate him at the airport for further follow up." She added that "The patient is currently isolated at Entebbe Grade B...
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