Kampala — Five truck drivers, have on Sunday May 10, tested positive of the novel coronavirus, the Health Ministry has revealed.
The Health ministry confirmed the five new cases adding that they were of Ugandan and Kenyan nationalities.
2 Ugandan and 3 Kenyan truck drivers who arrived via Elegu and Malaba border points tested positive of COVID-19.
The Ministry disclosed that 5 new COVID-19 cases were confirmed from 1,498 samples taken from truck drivers at the various border points.
This confirmation has risen Uganda’s total COVID-19 infections to 121
Out of a total of 1,839 samples tested Sunday, all 341 community samples tested negative for COVID-19.
Uganda’s recoveries remain capped at 55 rising active cases from Saturday’s 28 to 31.