COVID-19

RESPONSE INFO HUB

Toll Free Numbers :

0800-203-033 / 0800-100-066 / 0800-303-033




HIGHLIGHT

20 September 2020

NEW CASES

181

CUMULATIVE CASES

6468


NEW CUMULATIVE
ACTIVE 181 1173
RECOVERED 115 2731
DEATHS 0 63

Welcome to the Government of Uganda COVID-19 Response Information Hub. This space provides response actors working on the COVID-19 outbreak in Uganda with the most updated data, information and resources.

If you are looking for information on what COVID-19 is, how to protect yourself and what to do when you are ill or suspect someone to be ill, please go to the Ministry of Health (MoH) Coronavirus website

If you are looking for more information on the outbreak in Kampala, please visit the Kampala Capital City Authority (KCCA) COVID-19 response Hub

LATEST UPDATES :

20th September, 2020: A total of  181 new cases have been registered with 0 death. Cumulative number of  confirmed cases is now 6468. The total Covd-19 deaths are 63.

CASES BY DISTRICT

Click on Map to view Details Updated 20-09-2020 12:00AM

PARTNER MAP- 4W

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