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June 19, 2021

Uganda Registers Highest Number With 1,438 New Cases Covid-19 Cases Despite Strict Lock Down Measures

Uganda Registers Highest Number With 1,438 New Cases Covid-19 Cases Despite Strict Lock Down Measures

By Echonews Admin

Kampala: Uganda’s Ministry of Health has confirmed 1,438  Covid-19 new cases and 852 cases are from areas of Kampala  while  124 are from Wakiso.

“The breakdown of the new cases are: 1,434 contacts and Alerts: Kampala (852) Wakiso (124) Masaka (68) Mbarara (75) Gulu (47) Mukono (24) Iganga (24) Bushenyi (20) Rukungiri (18) Kiryandongo (16) Kabale (16) Butaleja (16) Busia (13) Tororo (13) Kazo (8) Zombo (8) Jinja (8) Mukono (6) Bugiri (7) Luwero (6) Hoima (6) Nebbi (5)

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Others include; Pader (5) Buvuma (5) Moyo (5) Kiboga (4) Omoro (4) Nakaseke (3) Kalaki (2) Soroti (2) Moroto (2) Buikwe (2) Amuru (6) Kyegegwa (2) Mbale (2) Kotido (2) Kyotera (3) Yumbe (1) Namisindwa (1) Sheema (1) Kyankwanzi (1),” read a tweet from the Ministry.

Currently, the cumulative confirmed  Covid-19 cases in Uganda are 56,949 and 402 deaths.


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