Covid-19 Cases in Uganda Reach 9,864

Ministry of Health

The ministry of health has registered 63 New coronavirus infections on Monday. This brings the country’s cumulative Covid-19 cases to 9,864.

The results are from COVID-19 tests done on 11 October 2020 where 2,197 samples were tested.

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Todays Covid-19 new cases are all contacts and alerts from Kampala with 24 cases, Gulu with 11 cases, Wakiso (9), Soroti (6), Masindi (3), Mbale (2), Amuru (1), Busia (1), Masaka (1), Mityana (1), Moroto (1), Ntungamo (1), Sembabule (1) and Tororo (1).

Meanwhile, the ministry of health has also recorded a new COVID-19 death from Kampala. This brings the country’s Covid-19 death toll to 94.

Currently, the country’s cumulative coronavirus recoveries are 6,109

The ministry of health has also continued to advise the public to maintain the coronavirus preventive measures such as hand washing, wearing face masks and maintaining social distance.

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Globally, the confirmed COVID-19 cases have risen to at least 37,9315,531 with 28,484,048 recoveries and over one million deaths with USA having the highest number of fatalities with more than 219,800 deaths.

In Africa, South Africa has, more than 692,471 cases, the highest number of confirmed cases on the continent of the 1,589,423 that have been registered.

In conclusion, we urge the people of Uganda to stay vigilant and follow the SOPs put in place by the Ministry of Health. Also, we remind you not to touch the soft parts of your bodies for example, eyes, mouth and nose. Finally, always follow all our social media platforms for all your latest news in politics, education, sports and entertainment.

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