Uganda reported four new cases of coronavirus as the country’s confirmed cases rose to 52 on Sunday.
President Museveni on Sunday evening said all the confirmed cases had returned from abroad and were under quarantine.
“Countrymen, Countrywomen and the Bazzukulu. Greetings! I have received your comments and I will answer them on Tuesday. In the meantime, today the 5th of April, 2020, 300 samples were tested and 4 were positive. All the 4 were in the quarantine.” He tweeted
This, therefore, brings the total of the people who are positive to 52.
“All the patients are doing well under medical care. I will inform you more on Tuesday,” Mr Museveni tweeted on Sunday.