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Uganda’s COVID-19 recoveries rise to 12

Four more coronavirus patients have been discharged from Mulago Specialised National Hospital as the number of Uganda’s virus recoveries rise.
The total number of discharged patients on Wednesday rose to 12 just hours after the Ministry of Health said the number of confirmed cases had ascended to 55. A Ugandan cargo transporter tested positive for the virus on Tuesday.
Dr Henry Mwebesa, the Director General Health Services, said those discharged tested negative twice for COVID-19.

COVID-19 Cases World-wide hit over 2 Million

Another day and another grim statistic, as the number of confirmed cases across the world reaches two million.

That’s according to figures from Johns Hopkins University, which has been tracking infections and deaths around the world.

More than 615,000 cases have been recorded in the US alone, while over 128,000 people have died globally.

The true number of infections is likely to be much higher, as levels of testing varies by country.

It’s less than two weeks since the world reach a million confirmed cases

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