Uganda report seven cases of Omicron COVID-19 variant

Uganda: Seven people going into the Uganda’s Kampala has tested positive for the Omicron variant, according to Ruth Aceng, Minister of Health. She stated that five of them were Nigerians and two were South Africans.

The cases, according to Aceng, have been isolated and are being monitored. "They aren't in any danger. So there's no need to be concerned. They've been segregated "According to the minister.

Aceng advised the public to maintain their composure and continue to embrace vaccination. Despite fears about Omicron, the minister indicated last week that the east African country would maintain its borders open. Aceng stated that the country has enough safeguards in place at entrance ports to detect any variants.Since the exercise began in the country early this year, the Ministry of Health reports that 7.6 million doses of the COVID-19 vaccine have been administered.

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