Uganda coronavirus cases hit 100 mark as new infections are registered on Wednesday

In Uganda, coronavirus figures released by the Ministry of Health record a total of 100, which marks an increase of 2 new case compared to the previous day.

The new cases arrived from Kenya via Malaba and are Eritrean and Kenyan nationalities

All 438 community samples have tested negative for the disease.

Uganda ranks 156 in countries with reported Covid-19 cases, the viral pneumonia that affects the planet. The list of the top ten is as follows: EE.UU. 1.236.880, Spain 250.561, Italy 213.013, UK 194.990, France 170.551, Germany 167.007, Russia 155.370, Turkey 129.491, Brazil 114.715 and Iran 99.970.

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.

People with COVID-19 often have flu-like symptoms, such as fever, tiredness, and a dry cough. Some may have muscle aches, a stuffy nose, a sore throat, or diarrhea. Most people (about 80%) recover from the disease in about 7 days without the need for any special treatment. About 1 in 6 people who develop COVID-19 can progress to a serious illness, having difficulty breathing, and will require hospitalization

Some cases of worldwide personalities that have tested positive for the coronavirus. The list includes politicians, actors, musicians and celebrities, among others.


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