Kasese boasts of no positive case of Covid-19

By Rwenzori Daily

Kasese District is currently having no Covid-19 positive cases after discharging 10 people who were living with the virus under the Home Based Care.

The District Surveillance Focal Person, Samuel Muhindo Kabinga says by Tuesday 14th , the district health department was still monitoring 10 patients but they were later declared Covid-19 free and subsequently permitted to go on with their businesses in their respective communities.

Of the discharged persons, 03 were pupils from schools within the Municipality while the rest were locals from Bugoye sub-county.

He attributed the decrease in the number of cases to the people’s total adherence to taking up the Covid-19 jabs.

He has since appealed to the elderly persons to visit the health facilities and take up their booster jabs in a bid to strengthen their immunity.

On the other hand, Kabinga has called upon the people living at the Ugandan border with DRC to be vigilant about the Ebola disease that is still reported in some parts of the country.

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