Masindi District Discharges Nine From Quarantine

Wednesday, April 22, 2020

Nine people who have been at Masindi Main Hospital Quarantine have today been dicharged.
According to Rogers Musinguzi, the Head of Case Management Committee, The Suspects have spent 14 days in the quarantine adding that they have been tested twice and
turned negative.
He added that they have 15 people in the quarantine but six are still in the quarantine since their samples are to be tested for the second time.
Felix Twinomugisha the Medical Superintendent Masindi Hospital has revealed that every person has been given a certificate indicating that they aren't sick and they are due for discharge.
Longino Bahebwa the Deputy Resident District Commissioner who also doubles as the Chairperson of the COVID-19 Task Force has cautioned them not to live a reckless life. He has also asked members of the
community to welcome them since they have been proved that they are not sick.
Each person has been given a tray of eggs, 5 Kgs of rice and Cooking oil as start up. These are items that have been donated by the people of Masindi.