The Acting Mpigi district health officer Dr Margret Nannozi says that the contacts continue to undergo close monitoring with the family members still under quarantine at the district quarantine centre for 14 days
Dr Vincent Ssembatya, the Director for Quality Assurance at Makerere says that the university management has already received proposals from some schools, colleges, and departments which are still subject to discussion by the university council.
Three of the cases were from Elegu and three from Malaba points of entry. Others were one front line health worker and 4 cases among contacts and alerts from Buikwe, Lira, and Adjumani and Amuru districts.
James Okware, the Senior Warden in charge of the park, says that due to poaching, climate change, and excessive degradation of the park by those engaged in timber cutting and collection of firewood, a number of tree species, mammals and reptiles are at the verge of extinction.
Edward Ssebuliba the Chairperson of Health Management Committee of Katuugo Health Center explains that although they are happy for the construction works and elevation of the facility, lack of toilet facility for patient is a great health concern.
Dr George Bhoka Adjumani District Health Officer notes that with the Laboratory in operation, results will be declared in only two hours, saving the health department from excess expenditure on fuel, staff allowances and wear and tear of ambulances.
Joyce Moriku Kaducu, the Minister of State for Primary Health Care congratulated the recovered patients for adhering to their treatment guidelines and tasked them to become agents of change in the community where they are going.