KAMPALA – The Ministry of Health has provided details of the seven people who tested positive for coronavirus on Saturday, March 28.
According to a statement issued by Dr Henry Mwebesa, the acting Director General of Health Services, one is a female and resident of Bunga, Kampala who arrived from Dubai on 18th March 2021
The second is a 26 year old Ugandan female, a resident of Mutungo, Kampala who arrived from United Kingdom on 20th March 2020.
The third is a 10 year old Ugandan Male and resident of Kisubi who came from United Kingdom on 21st March 2020.
The fourth is 25 year old Ugandan female resident of Kungu, Najjera who arrived from United Kingdom on 20th, 2020. The fifth is a 59 year old Ugandan male, a resident of Kalangala who arrived from United States of America on March 21. The sixth is a 33 year old Ugandan male, resident of Naluvale, Wakiso District who arrived from Dubai on March 21.
The seventh is a 24 year old Ugandan female, resident of Gayaza, Wakiso who arrived from United Kingdom on 20th March 202O.
Dr Mwebesa said to date, a total of 1,001 are under followup , 812 of these are under institutional quarantine while 189 are under self-quarantine. A total of 1,660 high risk travelers have completed their 14 days of follow up and have been issued with certificates of completion of the mandatory quarantine. A total of 497 contacts of confirmed cases am under follow up.