KAMPALA — Uganda has on Wednesday recorded two new coronavirus cases raising the total number to 100, the Ministry of Health confirmed.
Ministry of Health said that the two cases, which are part of 3,509 tested on Wednesday arrived from Kenya via Malaba are Eritrean and Kenyan nationals.
“Today, 6 May, 2020, 2 new COVID-19 case confirmed from 3,071 samples of truck drivers,” the ministry said.
All 438 community samples have tested negative for the disease.
Uganda now ranks 156 in countries with reported COVID-19 cases, the viral pneumonia that affects the planet.
Fortunately, no deaths have been reported since the pandemic began.
In contrast, it has been reported that 55 people have recovered in the country.
The president Yoweri Kaguta Museveni is closely monitoring the situation while the authorities continue to coordinate the actions of health personnel across the country.