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Samples from 21 May, 2020 confirmed 15 new COVID-19 cases. The total confirmed cases are now 160. 10 new cases are truck drivers from Elegu while 5 cases are contacts to previously confirmed truck drivers . All contacts were under quarantine at the time of test.
Two violinists serenaded our street’s back gardens just now, in a specially arranged outdoor house concert. Ten minutes of utter bliss. Recorded music is a lifeline of course, but my god, to hear it live in the air... aching for it now like never before. #lockdownlonging #music
The results from samples tested on 19th May confirm 4 new COVID-19 cases out of 2,228 samples bringing the total confirmed cases to 264 in #Uganda. 2 cases are among truck drivers while the other 2 are contacts to previously confirmed truck drivers. Details below👇🏽 https://t.co/AxRDw1bsII
Ugandan truck drivers who test positive will be evacuated directly to hospitals. Samples had to be divided between UVRI and @UNHLS1 for quick turn around time.Testing at NHLS started at 7.30pm last evening. Results will be communicated shortly. Please disregard the fake post 👇🏽 https://t.co/F1dBwVJZCS
@KagutaMuseveni today directed that only truck drivers with negative test results will be allowed to enter Uganda. @MinofHealthUG met representatives of Truck Owners and National Logistics Platform and resolved that; ↪We mobilize, counsel and test all truck drivers from Uganda🇺🇬 https://t.co/06guqWIpjs
Many Ugandans stuck abroad are suffering. "THE AIRPORT IS CLOSED" they're told. Our request to airlift those in China was rejected! Yet, those who think they own our country have continued to fly in with relatives & cronies! We must fight on until we're all EQUAL in this country! https://t.co/RWYSfwQTpz