KAMPALA — Uganda has on Sunday March 29 registered three new cases of the coronavirus, bringing the country’s total to 33.
“3 new cases of COVID-19 confirmed today, Sunday 29 March 2020. Total number of confirmed cases stands at 33 in Uganda, the ministry of health announced through a tweet.
‘Out of 206 samples run today, 203 samples tested negative for COVID-19,” the ministry added without providing details of the new patients but Dubai continues to remain the main source of the majority of the cases that have been diagnosed in Uganda and Rwanda.
In a separate tweet, Heath Minister Jane Ruth Aceng said all the patients, have been isolated, adding that all of them are in stable condition in an isolated health facility.
The coronavirus has continued to ravage the world, and data from Johns Hopkins University shows a total of 649,904 confirmed cases of the disease in 177 countries, causing around 30,313 total deaths.