Information reaching us now is pretty sad as a total of 7 frontline health workers test positive for COVID-19. The Ministry of Health today Sunday the 31st of May 2020, has confirmed 7 new cases of coronavirus in Uganda. In addition, all these are frontline health workers thus putting the total number of cases to 417 in Uganda.
According to the press release by the Ministry of Health, the 7 new cases included three nurses, two doctors. In addition, and two senior-level staff. However, three of the health workers were confirmed yesterday the 30th of May, 2020. In addition, MOH confirmed four cases today making the total COVID-19 case count 417. Meanwhile, all these are at Entebbe grade B and Mulago National Specialised hospitals and are in stable condition.
The Ministry of Health will provide a detailed address in the course of the week to update the nation. In addition, on the status of the coronavirus outbreak in the country.
Currently, there are 287 admitted COVID-19 cases in 15 referral hospitals in the country. However, all of them are in stable condition. To date, Uganda has so far registered a total of 72 coronavirus recoveries and no COVID-19 related death recorded.
We as Cyclone times continue to urge the general public to remain vigilant about the deadly coronavirus. In addition, always follow the preventive measures issued to you by the Ministry of Health and your medical personnel. In conclusion, always ensure you keep a social distance because it is one of the easiest ways to control the widespread of the deadly virus. Make sure you wash your hands regularly with hand sanitizers and also avoid touching the soft parts of your body. In addition, these soft parts of the body include, the eyes, nose, and mouth.
Keep it at Cyclone times Uganda for all your latest news updates about COVID-19.
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