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Uganda Records 27 Deaths, 160 New Infections Ahead Of Museveni’s Friday Address

By Chief Spy Reporter

The Ministry of Health has released results for Covid-19 samples for 27 July 2021. Out of the samples taken, 27 were found to have succumbed to Covid-19 while the country registered 160 new cases, putting the nation’s Covid-19 death and cumulative number of cases at 2, 632 and 93,282 respectively.

According to Health Ministry figures, the new cases are from the areas of Kampala (45), Nakasongola (11), Oyam (9), Mbale (8), Kalungu (7), Wakiso (15), Bukomansimbi (4), Kabarole (5), Adjumani (3), Busia (3), Buyende (3), Hoima (3), Kaliro (3), Sironko (3), Soroti (3), Yumbe (3), Kanungu (2)

Kapchorwa (2), Kiboga (2), Kyotera (2), Luwero (2), Manafwa (2), Mbarara (2), Amudat (1), Amuru (2), Budaka (1), Buikwe (1), Isingiro (1), Jinja (1), Kaabong (1), Kabale (1), Kumi (1), Lwengo (1), MasakA (1), Tororo (1) 5 Truck Driver: Kyotera (3), Amuru (2).

The 27 July 2021 figures comes less than 24 hours when President Yoweri Museveni addresses the nation on the status of the country’s Covid-19 infections and he will decide whether or not to relaxed measures earlier put in place to contain the spread of the virus.

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