A total of 31 suspected cases have been reported since the first case was registered late last month. However there has been no death.
In a press release issued by the MOH, Adjumani district has recorded the highest number of cases with fourteen cases followed by Arua which has so far registered thirteen cases.
The release reveals that the neighbouring districts of Koboko and Maracha have recorded two cases.
The release states that “The outbreak was reported after receiving confirmatory results from Central public health laboratory (CPHL) which proved that two people had tested positive for the disease,”
The most affected areas in Adjumani district are the three districts hosting refugees who flee from South- Sudan due to the current instability.