Boy, Grandmother Die As Ebola Reaches Uganda - Local Source

The grandmother of a five-year-old boy who died of Ebola in Uganda has also died, a health ministry source has told local newspaper the Daily Monitor. The patients were being treated at an isolation facility at Bwera General Hospital in Kasese, which borders DR Congo. The five-year-old boy's younger brother is also affected. Health Minister Dr Jane Ruth Aceng says are seven more suspected cases.

The isolation centre set up in Bwera, Kasese District where the five-year-old boy who tested positive for Ebola died from.

Travellers are screened for the Ebola virus before getting into Kenya at the Busia One Stop Border Post on June 12, 2019.

Health workers screen patients before they enter the Bwera Hospital in Kasese District where an isolation unit has been set up to handle Ebola cases.


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