Uganda’s COVID-19 Confirmed Cases Rise to 646
Thirty new COVID-19 cases have been confirmed by the Ministry of Health, pushing the country’s caseload to 646.
The 30 cases were part of 3,758 samples that were tested on Sunday.
The Ministry of Health confirmed that 18 cases were from alerts and contacts of persons who have already tested positive.
Majority of the community cases were from Amuru, followed by Tororo and Buikwe with four and three cases respectively.
Another five cases were from truck drivers who entered the country using the Elegu and Busia border points of entry, while three cases were of security personnel in Luweero district. Four health workers also tested positive. This brings the number of health workers who have tested positive for the disease to 22.