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Uganda’s confirmed corona virus cases have increased to 44 after 11 Watoto church choir members test positive for the deadly pandemic.

According to the press release from the Ministry of Health, 11 choir members of the Watoto Church who had returned from the United Kingdom have tested positive for the COVID-19. This increases the number of confirmed positive cases to 44.

Watoto Churche has also separatelyconfirmed that the Ministry Of Health
and the assigned health workers to follow all the necessary precautions to curb any further spread of the virus.

The choir of 12 children and 10 adults have been quarantined since their arrival at Entebbe International Airport on March 20, 2020.
11 of the members have now tested positive.

Uganda has recorded 44 cases of Coronavirus virus infections in one month of March and the government has moved to shutdown public movements in a bid to stem the spread.

All of them are alive.

Despite this, President Museveni remains confident that the country is doing a good job at limiting the further spread of the virus.

The pandemic has brought the world to a standstill.

 

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