Uganda has announced that it has quarantined nearly 100 passengers from China due to the new type of coronavirus (2019-nCoV) epidemic.
Stating that 44 of those under quarantine are Chinese citizens, Minister Aceng said there are no coronavirus cases detected in the country so far.
Increasing anti-virus measures at airports, the Uganda government has announced that it has no plans to evacuate Ugandan students in China.
On the other hand, two people from China and Argentina were quarantined in Ghana for suspected coronavirus.
Test results are expected for people who are kept under observation at Korle Bu Training Hospital in Accra, and who have similar symptoms to those carrying the virus.
No case of coronavirus has been confirmed in African countries so far.
The number of deaths in China increased to 564
In China, the number of people diagnosed as infected with viruses has increased to 564 and 28,18 due to the epidemic.
According to the statements of the Chinese National Health Commission, the number of those affected by the virus, with the condition of 3 thousand 859 serious, is 28 thousand 18.
The number of suspects is 24 thousand 702 and the number of those taken under observation is 186 thousand 354.
The number of patients discharged to date is 153 thousand.