World Health Organization Records 36 Ebola Cases in Uganda

today09/27/2022 22

share close

The World Health Organization, WHO, has recorded 36 Ebola cases in Uganda, with 18 confirmed and 18 probable cases.

According to WHO, 23 deaths had occurred in three districts of central Uganda, of which five were confirmed cases.

The organization revealed that this was the first Ebola outbreak in Uganda since 2012 caused by the Sudan strain of the disease.

Meanwhile, thirty-four trainee medical staff accused the government of not providing them with appropriate safety kits.

Written by: Helen Obih

Rate it

Previous post


Nigeria to Participate in Free Trade Agreement

The committee for the African Continental Free Trade Area has said Nigeria will be participating fully in the agreement by the last quarter of 2023. Secretary of the committee, Francis Anatogu, revealed that some trading documents were needed before Nigeria’s full participation. Anatogu noted that the documents were currently going through gazetting processes.

today09/27/2022 28

Post comments (0)

Leave a reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Our customer support team is here to answer your questions.
error: Alert: Content is protected !!