43 new COVID 19 cases in Uganda as numbers rise to 203

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The Ministry of Health (MOH) through its social media platform confirmed a total of 43 new COVID 19 cases in Uganda. This now brings the total number of coronavirus cases to 203 ever since the outbreak of this virus in Uganda.

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However, Uganda has not yet recorded any coronavirus deaths

“Today, the 15 May 2020, 43 new COVID 19 cases have been confirmed from the 1,838 samples of the truck drivers. Therefore this brings the total number of coronavirus cases to 203. Meanwhile, these were at the following cross points to Uganda… At Elegu… 15 Ugandans, 9 Kenyans, and 4 Eritreans. In addition, at Mutukula… 5 Tanzanians and 1 Burundian…Finally, at Malaba… 5 Kenyans, 2 Ugandans, 1 Burundian and 1 nationality unknown,” MOH posted.

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This implies that most of the new cases are all imported cases from the neighboring and therefore this calls for immediate attention.

However, we thank the Health Minister Dr. Jane Ruth Aceng for working hard to ensure all Ugandans are safe. In addition, we as Cyclone Times Uganda continue to extend our thanks to all Ugandans for keeping a social distance.

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Meanwhile, we keep urging the entire population to stay vigilant about the deadly coronavirus. Stay home and always ensure you wash your hands regularly with soap or hand sanitizers after touching any surfaces around you… In conclusion, make sure you also avoid touching the soft parts of your body, for example, the eyes, nose, and mouth.

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