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No new coronavirus cases registered in Uganda yet again

Uganda registered no new coronavirus case for a second day running after all 150 samples tested negative for COVID-19. Similarly, yesterday all the 231 samples also tested negative at the Uganda Virus Research Institute (UVRI).

The country’s cases still stand at 52. Kenya today reported 16 new cases, raising its national tally to 172 cases - with government ordering wearing of face masks by everyone while in public.

President Uhuru Kenyatta also ordered a lockdown and curfew on Nairobi Metropolitan Area which has recorded 82 per cent of all Kenya’s coronavirus cases. 14 per cent of Kenya’s other reported cases are in the counties of Kilifi, Kwale and Mombasa. These have been declared infected areas and movement outside has been restricted for at least 21 days.

France, USA register 1400 deaths each

The USA and France both recorded more than 1400 deaths each today Tuesday. USA registered 1,404 deaths and 19,583 new cases rising its national tally 386,587 cases.

France registered 1,417 deaths and 11,059 new cases. The United Kingdom’s deaths also reaped to 786 today with more 3,634 new cases. Belgium registered 403 deaths, Netherlands 234 deaths while Sweden registered 114 deaths.

South Africa registered 63 new cases to take its tally to 1,749 and one death today. Algeria once again registered Africa’s highest COVID-19 deaths at 20 while Morocco lost 10 lives.

Ghana registered 73 new cases to take the national tally to 287. Mauritius registered 24 new cases to take its national tally to 268. Senegal’s cases rose to 237 after 11 new cases were confirmed today.

Togo arrested 7 new cases rising its national tally to 65. Mali, on the other hand, registered 9 new cases while Ethiopia registered 8 new cases.

Guinea Bissau registered 15 new cases. In Gabon there were 6 new cases while Sudan registered 2 more cases. Malawi registered its first death and 3 new cases with the national tally rising to 8. Somalia also registered one new case.

Global cases now stand 1,411,348 with 65,344 news cases registered today and 6,395 deaths.

Comments

+1 #1 Wainanchi 2020-04-08 01:39
Bravo Ugandaaaa! Please everybody stay inside and listen to your Government to stay safe and alive.

THIS IS THE MATTER OF LIFE OR DEATH

Do not leave your houses.Pleaseeee!!!
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-2 #2 WADADA rogers 2020-04-08 07:40
I have said it before and i will say it again, there is no covid 19 threat in Uganda anymore. in the last 10 days, all the new cases of covid 19 are of people who are under quarantine in Government facilities.

There are now new cases coming in from the general public meaning that the who threat is under control and as such atleast have of the restrictions should be lifted with minimum precautions.

We cant continue luiving under fear all in the name of covid 19. Lets just put in place preventive measures but get rid of restrictions which stampede human rights
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0 #3 Wainanchi 2020-04-08 12:31
@ Waddada Roger's.Hello old thug.You are spice in any doip.

What do you know about Covid 19 and who are you to give any advice ?? Back up thug.!! Italy Britain,France and others were easy going and then infection spread like wild fire killing thousands by thousands almost daily Whatvwould you want?

To cause massive deaths and then to blame the government for doing nothing to protect it's people and then you would call for the change of government Piss of bustard.Go to.hell.
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0 #4 Massa 2020-04-09 17:51
We should not be delusional. We are testing at most 200 cases a day. S. Korea was doing up to 10,000 in a day.

What is the probability that there are more undocumented cases coz of low number of people tested?
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