Passengers Arriving in Uganda Screened for Coronavirus

Passengers arriving at Uganda’s Entebbe International Airport on February 14 were screened for symptoms of coronavirus, a video recorded inside the airport showed.

On February 13, the Ugandan government released a statement saying the country did not have any cases of illness caused by the virus – now formally known as COVID-19. People returning from China are being quarantined for 14 days, the government said.

The death toll for the disease has now passed 1,360, according to the World Health Organization. Over 46,000 cases have been confirmed. Credit: Uganda Medical Centre via Storyful

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