The Ministry of Health has on Monday confirmed 114 new COVID-19 cases in Uganda bringing the cumulative total number of confirmed infections in the country to 11,557.
The cases were confirmed from the 2,969 new samples tested on Sunday, bringing the total number of Covid-19 samples tested so far to 539,146.
“Results from COVID-19 tests done on 25th October 2020; 114 new COVID-19 cases confirmed. The cumulative confirmed cases of Ugandans are now 11,557,” the Health Ministry announced.
The new cases include 111 contacts and alerts, 3 truck drivers.
These include; 60 from Kampala, 12 from Mayuge, 6 from Wakiso, 5 from Busia, 4 from Mbarara, 4 from Rubanda, 3 from Soroti, 3 from Buvuma, 2 from Katakwi, 2 from Masindi, 2 from Bunyangabu, 1 from Bushenyi, 1 from Kabarole, 1 from Kasese, 1 from Luwero, 1 from Mbale, 1 from Mityana, 1 from Ntungamo and 1 from Tororo.
The 3 truck drivers who tested positive for Covid-19 arrived from the Malaba point of entry.
Currently, Uganda has a cumulative total of 11,557 COVID-19 confirmed cases, 7,351 recoveries and 101 fatalities.