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Coronavirus – Uganda: COVID-19 update (February 28, 2021)

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The results of COVID-19 tests carried out on February 28, 2021 confirm 10 new cases. The cumulative number of confirmed cases is 40,367.

The distribution of new cases is as follows: 10 contacts and alerts: Kampala (8) Wakiso (2).

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