Covid-19 cases hit 100 Mark in Uganda as scare increases for Truck Drivers. Whisper Eye Reports.
Ugandans demands president Museveni to remove the tough lock down measure to fight Covid-19 as cases hit 100 mark.
Yesterday 6th May, 2020, new two (2) Covid-19 cases were confirmed.
‘The two new COVID-19 case confirmed from 3,071 samples of truck drivers,’ says Health Minister Jane Ruth Aceng.
These two new cases arrived from Kenya via Malaba; and are Eritrean and Kenyan nationalities.
According to the daily report, all 438 community samples tested negative for COVID-19.
Now total COVID-19 confirmed cases are 100 across the country.
Malaba, Busia and Mutukula border points turns to be the most risky areas as far as Covid-19 is concerned.
On Monday earlier this week, president Museveni during the National address open some business with cautious on how they are to operate.