Eight Ugandans have tested positive for coronavirus, just two days after the first case was confirmed in the East African nation.
The Uganda Minister of Health Ruth Jane Aceng is set to address the press at midnight amid the rising concerns over the global pandemic.
The first patient is a 36-year old man who arrived in the country on Saturday from Dubai aboard an Ethiopian Airlines plane.
Uganda has since closed all its boarders as President Yoweri Museveni puts his best foot forward to mitigate the virus, which has now been confirmed in nine Ugandans.
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